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REFLECTOR 

WAYLAND 
HIGH SCHOOL 




MVLAND PUBLIC LIBNMI 

5 CONCORD RD. 
VAYLAND. MASS. OlTTfT 



"Life begins perpetually. Gathered together at last under the 
leadership of man . . . unified, disciplined, armed with the secret 
powers of the atom and with knowledge as yet beyond dreaming. 
Life, forever dying to be born afresh, forever young and eager, 
will presently stand upon this earth as upon a footstool, and 
stretch out its realm amidst the stars." — Sun Yat Sen 





"Millions of what?" 

"Millions of those little objects," he said, "which one sometimes sees m 
the sky." 
"Flies?" 

"Oh, no. Little golden objects that set lazy men to idle dreaming. As for 
me I am concerned with matters of consequence. There is no time for idle 
dreaming in my life." 
"Ah! You mean the stars." 

— THE LITTLE PRINCE 

The sky's the limit for the members of Wayland High School. Any 
glittering goal we desire, be it fame, fortune, or family, is withm our 
grasp; all we have to do is reach out for it, and make it ours. Determma- 
tion should bring stellar success to everything we do — today's "idle 
dreamers" are the superstars and astronomers of tomorrow. So stretch 
out a bodily part for that celestial object consisting of a self-luminous, 
self-containing mass of gas! And remember . . . 
"All men have the stars, . . . but they are not the same things to different 
people. For some who are travelers, the stars are guides. For others they 
are no more than little lights in the sky. For others who are scholars, they 
are problems . . . You — you alone — will have the stars as no one else 
has them — " 





Reach for the Stars 



The yearbook theme for 1983, "Reach for the Stars" represents the spirit of America throughout its history. Few 
phrases represent this spirit better. "Go for it," "You can do it," are common phrases in our vocabulary and they mean 
much the same thing. Browning says it most beautifully in Andrea Del Sarto "Ah, but a man's reach should exceed his 
grasp, or what's a heaven for?" 

Each phrase represents the spirit of adventure and high expectations. Each speaks to the spirit in man and woman to 
fulfill hopes and to make dreams realities. 

The Class of 1 983 is a class which looks to the dream of what can be. This is a class which sets its hopes and aspirations 
on the very highest goals. I admire and respect this desire and I wish you all the best in attaining these goals. I do ask, 
however, that you take time in your lives also to see the wonder of the stars. 

The stars represent one of the miracles of this life. A speaker I heard recently said it beautifully, "We walk among 
miracles and we do not see them." When we reach for the stars let us also reach out to one another. Let us also look 
around at the many miracles in our lives and find pleasure in them and an appreciation of this wonder-filled world in 
which we live. In Thornton Wilder's play "Our Town" Emily came back from the grave for one more look at the town 
and the people she had known. After anguishing over the beauty of it all she asked the question, "Do any human beings 
ever realize life while they live it — every, every minute?" Let us try. 

Dr. Charles Goff 




OUR STAR 






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Then passing through the Spheres of watchful fire. 
And misty Regions of wide air next under. 
And hills of Snow and lots of piled Thunder, 
May tell at length how green-ey'd Neptune raves. 
In Heav'ns defeance mustering all his waves; 
Then sing of secret things that came to pass 
When Beldam Nature in her cradle was; 
And last of Kings and Queens and Heroes old, 
Such as the wise Demodocus once told 
In solemn Songs of King Alcinous* feast. 
While sad Ulysses" soul and all the rest 
Are held with his melodious harmony." 



"As long as the stars graze in the vault of heaven, so long shall your 
honor, your name, your praises endure." 

— Virgil 



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A GALAXY 
OF STARS 





Mrs. Linda Greyser Mr. Stephen Perlman 




Mr. David Connolly Mrs. Lyneile Glover 



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HIGH SCHOOL 
ADMINISTRATION 





Mrs. Pearl Zimmerman 



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PUPIL 
SERVICES 



(on star clusters) "... their problems are intimately interwoven 
with the most significant questions of stellar organization and 
galactic evolution ..." 





Mr. Lewis Oxford 



Mrs. Virginia Buckley 






Mr. Paul Heffcrnan 



Ms. Sandra Morse 



Mrs. Kathleen Nachlrab 






Mrs, Barbara Sliarpc 



Mr. Conrad Gees 



Ms. Robin Fultz 



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ENGLISH 



"Why is the sky dark at night? Why are there stars? Sometimes k 
the simplest questions promote the most profound thoughts." Bk 




Mrs. Sallv Alexander 





Dr. David Crellin 




Mr. John Braccia 




Mrs. Joan Fitzgerald 



Mr. Robert Hennessey 



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MATH 



"The study of mathematics is apt to commence in disappoint- 
ment ... we are told that by its aid the stars are weighed and the 
billions of molecules in a drop of water are counted. Yet, like the 
ghost of Hamlet's father, this great science eludes the effort of 
our mental weapons to grasp it." 




Mrs. Ida Baddcrs Mr. Richard Bolster 




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SCIENCE 



"A star the size of the earth? If a solar mass were packed into an 
earthsize ball, it would be astonishingly dense. A cubic inch 
would weigh a ton! A thimbleful would collapse a table!" 




Mrs. Jacqueline .Arendt 

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.Mr. Kenneth Alishuler 




Mr. Peier Joyce 




Mrs. Helen Cadsby 




Mrs. Elizabeth VK'arriner 



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Mr. Robert Bibeau Mrs. Dora Baker 



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SOCIAL 
STUDIES 



"Our cosmic journey has brought us to clusters so far-flung that 
they were only in this century recognized as a class. Study of 
these clusters eventually revealed to us the outlines of our own 
galaxy." 



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Mrs. Patricia Kepner 



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Mr. Dan Frio 



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FOREIGN 
LANGUAGE 



"Ad astra (et linguam) per aspera." To the stars and language 
through hardships. 




Vis. Helene Mensh 



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Mr. Frank Smith 




Mrs. Debra Badrigan 




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MEDIA 



"From a purely astronomical point of view, identifying and 
understanding newly forming stars is a challenge in our long 
quest to comprehend the role of stars in our universe." 




Mr. Joseph Dampio 



Miss Leila Sapienza 




Mrs. Susan Devlin, Mrs. Barbara Manle\, Mrs. Eileen Chase. Mrs. Carole Parnell 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




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Just hanging around 



Nuclear Holocaust Drill 



PROJECT 
CONFIDENCE 




X Marks the spot 






Amato hooks a Big one 



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OCCUPATIONAL 
EDUCATION 




Mrs. Marion Stillman Mr. George Creely 




Mr. Joseph Lukis 




Mr. William Homan 




Mrs. Firth Hutchinson 



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STARS ARE BORN 



I wandered lonely as a cloud 

That floats on high o'er vales and hills. 

When all at once I saw a crowd, 

A host of golden daffodils, 

Beside the lake, beneath the trees 

Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. 

Continuous as the stars that shine 
And twinkle on the Milky Way. 
They stretched in never-ending line 
Along the margin of a bay; 
Ten thousand saw 1 at a glance 
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. 
— William Wordsworth 



FRESHMAN EXECUTIVE BOARD 



Top: C. McKown, M. Allara, 
D. Reck, N. Stolfers, Mr. Fer- 
nandez (Advisor), K. Pond, K. 
Ricciardi, K. Marshall. M. 
Schumacher, J. Danieli 
Bottom: K. Daley (Pres.), G. 
Hanson (V. Pres.), K. Jazowski 
(Treas.), L. Boyajian (Sec.) 





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Lee Adams 
Jane Agate 



Brad Akerman 
Robert Alger 



Bobbi Alimenti 
Mark Allara 



Andrew Alpert 
William Anastas 
Douglas Ansuini 
Despina Athanasiadis 
Michael Aurelio 
Debra Bancroft 



Philip Bancroft 
Tracy Bankart 
Stephen Banks 
Ana Maria Beltran 
Anne Bennett 
Kristin Blom 



John Bortone 
Seth Bossung 
Laura Boyajian 
Rebecca Brett 
Andre Brisson 
Douglas Brooks 



Michael Brothers 
Michael Brown 
Phillip Burrer 
Karen Butler 
Susan Butler 
Frances Caliendo 



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Brad Canavan 
Susan Carlson 



Amy Carvalho 
David Casella 



Caroline Chisholm 
Elaine Chisholm 



Rachel Cibley 
Richard Clough 
Kelly Cogan 
Thomas Coleman 
Barry Connelly 
Gina Conzone 



Mike Conzone 
Stephen Cook 
Missy Cotter 
Claudine Coulon 
Sean Cronin 
David Curtin 



Kerryn Daley 
Jill Danieli 
Daniel Devlin 
Paul Dicesare 
Garett Domolky 
Mark Doughty 



Ralph Dragonelti 
Michael Duffield 
Kate Edwards 
Wendy Eskandarian 
Sarah Etelman 
Leann Fennell 








David Fleischer 
Connie Flieger 



Elizabeth Flosznik 
Andrew Frantz 



Dana Frost 
Ben Garfield 



Sara Gibson 
Peter Goldstein 
Gary Gray 
Meira Green 
Mark Greenberg 
Andrea Greiff 



Stephen Gullotti 
Benjamin Hall 
Gayle Hanson 
Paul Harmon 
Jennifer Harris 
Chip Hart 



Jody Harting 
Katherine Henderson 
Mark Holland 
Tracy Howe 
Tim Hoyt 
Kristin Hubbard 



Kimberly Hyde 
Jeanne Hyland 
Kathleen Irving 
Kim Jakobsons 
Kristin Jazowski 
Julie Judge 



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Danielle Kalz 
Gregg Kavei 



Kenneth Keyes 
Angela Kitzmiller 



Susan Koenig 
Michelle Kotek 



Amy Larsen 
James Lavin 
Ji-Yeon Lee 
Marcia Leonard 
Gregg Levin 
David Loges 



Kristen Lorentzen 
Christine MacArthur 
Kimberly Madden 
Kate Magidson 
Patrice Mailloux 
Kathleen Maley 



Susan Maiieswski 
Rebecca Mann 
Suzanne Marcantonio 
Christopher Marobella 
David Mauger 
Deborah McCaules 



Siobhan McGowan 
Courtney McKown 
Sally Mead 
Dino Michalopolu*- 
Andy Miller 
Chris Mitchell 




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Kimberly Mitchell 
Roy Mogan 



Steven Monson 
Sandra Morton 



Kym Mosley 
Barbara Nason 



Heidi Neiman 
Sheila Neville 
James Nilson 
David Norris 
Henry Norwood 
Michael O'Keefe 



Sheri Pagano 
Keith Perry 
Elizabeth Phoenix 
Karen Pond 
Robin Publicover 
Deborah Reck 



John Redgate 
Kristin Ricciardi 
Geoffrey Robinson 
Daniel Rosenberg 
Susan Rosenblatt 
John Russell 



Mary Salerno 
Amy Sawyer 
Lauren Sawyer 
Rebecca Sawyer 
Craig Schneider 
Elizabeth Schubert 



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Michael Schumacher 
John Secor 



Kirsten Shanks 
Amy Shaw 



Kathleen Shine 
Michael Short 



Peter Skeen 
Meredith Slayton 
Tasker Smith 
Kristin Somol 
Lisa St Martin 
Leroy Staples 



Denise Stephenson 
Wendy Stolfors 
Karlene Swindell 
Patrick Tally 
Karen Testa 
David Thayer 



Scott Travis 
Cynthia Vaides 
Mathew Vrablik 
Mary Waldner 
Jeremy Weiner 
Ashley Welch 



Lisa Wheeler 
Martha Whitney 
Lorraine Wigandt 
Jamie Wong 
Jessie Wong 
Kathryn York 




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Pictures Not Available: 



Richard Anderson 


Roger Hewitt 


Susan Neusner 


David Barbuto 


Laurie Hietala 


Kevin Nurmi 


Cathryn Barnacle 


William Hodnett 


Michael O'Connor 


Lisa Bittar 


Paige Holland 


Allison Pease 


Ellis Brown 


Synje Holleck 


Brian Pendleton 


Todd Brunei 


Alexander Houtzeel 


Tracy Paterson 


Elizabeth Clayton 


Jay Hughes 


Paul Pileeki 


Kimberly Coleman 


Jennifer King 


Steven Safran 


Christopher Conti 


Thomas Largy 


Robert Schurgin 


Rebecca Cosloy 


Christine Lobello 


Pauline Sheehan 


Brian Cotoni 


Louise Low 


Deborah Small 


Nancy Curtin 


Linda MacArthur 


Stephan Snell 


Kelly Daly 


Victoria MacDowell 


Richard Townsend 


Jane Franchi 


Tina Mah 


Terri Veglia 


Peter Frothingham 


Kristin Marshall 


Steven White 


Carolyn Germaine 


Arthur Milano 


Nadine Williams 


Karen Hall 


Robert Moran 


Tonya Williams 


Scott Ham 


Kristin Murray 


Franklin Zicuis 


Brian Hayward 


Anne Nelson 


Eric Zizza 



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The lights from the parlor and kitchen shone out 

Through the blinds and the windows and bars; 
And high overhead and all moving about. 

There were thousands of millions of stars. 
There ne'er were such thousands of leaves on a tree. 

Nor of people in church or the park. 
As the crowds of the stars that looked down upon me. 

And that glittered and winked in the dark. 
— Robert Louis Stevenson 



SOPHOMORE 
EXECUTIVE BOARD 




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Douglas Alford 
Sean Angerman 



Keith Armstrong 
Diane Augustus 



Glenn Baldwin 
Ruth Bancroft 



Kimberly Barney 
Susan Batchelder 
Nadya Bennett 
Tina Bianchi 
Kenneth Black 
Joshua Blake 



Michael Blocker 
Todd Boes 
Vicki Belle 
Brad Boreth 
Maya Bose 
Edward Bracken 



Margaret Braunig 
Justin Brovenick 
Jennie Brummer 
Alan Brynnolfson 
Peter Bunnell 
Rodman Burgett 



Julie Burkley 
George Butler 
Elizabeth Carls 
Peter Chant 
Kenneth Chisholm 
Daniel Clifford 



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Kimberly Cochran 
Leanne Cohen 



Julianne Coleman 
Patrick Curlin 



Marlena Davis 
Russell Dedoming 



Barry Dicker 
Rebecca Doherty 
Wayne Driscoli 
Michael Dunn 
Charles Dyer 
Dennis Ehrreich 



Natlie Engler 
Karen Fardy 

Amy Feinberg 
Andrew Fish 
Brian Foley 

Pamela Foster 



Donna Fredrickson 
Robert Frey 
Charles Frolhingham 
Scott Gaines 
Deborah Gale 
Catherine Garvy 



Gavras Panayotis 
Elizabeth Gilman 
Elizabeth Gossels 
Andrew Gould 
Michael Greco 
David Gullotli 




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Ayres Hall 
Susan Halperin 



Christopher Hanlon 
Suzanne Hanna 



Debra Harrington 
Frederick Hauser 



Ethan Hawkes 
Theresa Hayes 
Charles Hazard 
Neal Heeren 
John Hellmuth 
Russell Hines 



Kristen Howard 
Edward Johnsen 
Benjamin Johnson 
Meredith Kaplin 
Ellen Kashian 
Amy Kattwinkle 



Marjorie Kaye 
Deborah Kea 
Jaqueline Keating 
Kathleen Keating 
Erin Keith 
Gregory Keith 



David Keller 
Leland Kellner 
James Kennedy 
Emily Klein 
John Kotek 
Sheryl Krasnow 



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Paula Lavin 
Christopher Law 
Patricia Levy 
Kerry Lynch 
Jennifer MacMillan 
Ana Mahoney 



Marcel Maillet 
Kathleen Manning 
Stephen Marshall 
Todd McCauley 
Victoria McFarlane 
Judith McMullen 



Brian McNamara 
Lisa McPherson 
Robert Meinert 
Joseph Merullo 
Cheryl Mills 
Elizabeth Moncure 



Jonathan Mori 
Kathleen Morrissey 
Lucyann Mullen 
Carlyn Murphy 
Christopher Nage 
Elizabeth Nason 



Patricia Nelson 
Rebecca Newcombe 



Bethany Newell 
David Newman 



Dion Nissenbaum 
William Nixon 




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Patrick Nolan 
Kirsten Nottleson 
Peter Orlandella 
Michael Ouellette 
Gregory Parker 
Melanie Parsons 



Deborah Patterson 
Suzanne Patterson 
Lisa Pearson 
John Peeler 
Edward Perkins 
Deborah Polanski 



Alesandra Potochnoy 
Marylee Prendergast 
Christine Pruneau 
Michelle Randall 
Roxane Reardon 
Kim Reid 



Nancy Richardson 
Deborah Rieders 
Paula Roberts 
Glen Rosenbaum 
Suzanne Rostler 
Mary Beth Sampson 



Karen Sawyer 
Kathleena Scarpato 



Jennifer Schmidt 
Daren Schwartz 



William Sebell 
Donald Seto 



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Anthony Sherman 
Sheralee Sias 



Heather Slayton 
Craig Smith 



Marie Snyder 
Stephanie Stahl 



Kristin St Croix 
Donna Stephenson 
Eleanor Sterling 
John Strasswimmer 
Jonathan Strause 
James Tall 



Mark Terrenze 
Rosemarie Teti 
Lisa Thorburn 
Sabrena Tufts 
Anneke Vanmarcke 
Kristin Volkema 



Glens Vrettas 
Beth Weinbaum 
Michelle Wentworth 
Lisa Wexicr 
James Whelton 
Jenifer White 



Judith Whyte 
Linda Wilkinson 
Marjorie Wilson 
Joseph Wojcik 
Peter Wood 
Eric Woodman 





Pictures Not Available 






James Affanato 


Elizabeth Gennaro 


Mary O'Neil 


Stacey Bancroft 


Janet Glynn 


Cindy Poole 


Floyd Barbelti 


Mark Haggarty 


Jonathan Primavera 


John Bonarrigo 


Steven Ham 


Victoria Ringrose 


James Boyle 


Glenn Harris 


Tinea Rochelie 


Cheryl Brady 


Mark Harris 


Elaine Russo 


Maureen Chagnon 


Michael Herman 


Timothy Schuler 


Matthew Chionski 


Kenneth Hussey 


Carolyn Sheltman 


Suzanne Davis 


Nicholas Jacobsohn 


John Stevens 


Krisin Donaldson 


Matthew Johan 


Troy Sullivan 


David Dugas 


Ana E. Luna 


David Thompson 


Marianne Eberle 


Stacie Manter 


Donna Veglia 


Kristin Eycleshymer 


Paula McGonagle 


Robert Wilson 


Beth Fitzgerald 


Karen McLean 


Sharon Wilson 


Christopher Gagnon 


Diane Monson 


John Wood 


Jeffrey Geiger 


Michelle Neeson 


Chris Zicuis 



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SHINING STARS 



The bog, and the Plough, and the Hunter, and all. 

And the star of the Sailor, and Mars, 
These shone in the sky, and the pail by the wall 

would be half full of water and stars. 
They saw me at last, and they chased me with cries. 

And they soon had me packed into bed; 
But the glory kept shining and bright in my eyes. 

And the stars going round in my head. 
— Robert Louis Stevenson 




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JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD 



Top: M. Holderer, S. Jacobs 
(V. Pres.), K. Pond, K. Reily, 
W. Moyer 

Middle: J. Bolus, M.Collins, B. 
Wambolt (Pres.), J. Foster, E. 
English (Sec), R. Redgate, Mr. 
Lukis (Advisor) 
Bottom: T. Wong (Treas.) 






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David Alger 
John Bancroft 



Trevor Banks 
Marty Bodley 



Jay Bolus 
Lisa Bortone 



Serge Botsaris 
Tammy Brisson 
Judi Brooks 
Greta Brun 
John Burke 
Etienne Burke 



Mark Butler 
Alison Butter 
Sonya Choinski 
Deborah Cohen 
Kim Coleman 
Matthew Collins 



Tom Copeland 
Phil Dendunnen 
Terry DiCesare 
Christine Dinan 
Anna Doody 
Danny Dretler 



David Dunbar 
Sue Dunbar 
James Dunn 
Lesley Dyer 
Richard Eckler 
Gregory Eagan 



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Stacey Ekdahl 
Elizabeth English 



Christina Farrell 
Allyson Fernandes 



Dan Flagg 
Dana Fokos 



Matt Foley 
Megan Foley 
Jonathan Foster 
Joseph Franchi 
Valerie Frantz 
Mike Garfield 



Sherry Gemelli 
Maria Gerendas 
Andrew Glass 
Chris Harlan 
Ben Goldthwaite 
Joe Greco 



Marcia GreenbhUt 
Robert Hammerton 
Paul Hatfield 
Marianne Heppncr 
David Herman 
Michael Hines 



Paula Hines 
Monette Holdercr 
Cindy Hopkins 
Kathy Horgos 
Lori Hughes 
Matthew Ide 




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Steven Jacobs 
Paul Johan 



Kim Johanson 
John Johnson 



Lisa Johnson 

Mary Elizabeth Jordan 



Corinne Karp 
Laura Kase 
Robert Kea 
Paul Kennedy 
David Kennedy 
Nancy Kilduff 



Scott Kilduff 
Kristen Kilpatrick 
Tony Kitzmiller 
Kirsten Kohler 
Holly Krapf 
Laura Krauss 



Joline Lavin 
William Leone 
Robert Lester 
Joshua Levin 
Philip Linden 
Peter Loges 



Kyle Lorentzen 
Susan Mac Donald 
Brian Mac Gillivray 
Wendall Mah 
Amy Mancuso 
Joan Marcum 



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Lisa Marobella 
Mike Martinek 



Suzanne McBreen 
Jessica McGonagle 



Patricia McManmon 
Ken McMullen 



John Mikulski 
Jeff Milunsky 
Pat Mogan 
Felipe Montejo 
Elizabeth Morgan 
Lisa Morris 



Carol Moschella 
Britt Moser 
Wendy Moyer 
Pam Mudway 
Donna Murch 

Michelle Murray 



Elizabeth Neumeyer 
Eliot Nottleson 
Eric Nottonson 
Maura O'Donnell 
Carl Olson 
Lynn Oprie 



David Orlandella 
Maureen O'Shea 
Christine O'Toole 
Tonia Pagano 
Diana Phillips 
Robert Pineo 




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Sharon Poisson 
Kimberly Pond 



Shivaun Pryor 
Dale Pulnam 



Kipper Reader 
Robin Redgate 



Karen Reid 
Karen Reilly 
Denise Richards 
Dana Ross 
Nicole Sakowitz 
Fernando Salazar 



Fred Sampson 
Julie Saval 
Julie Schmidt 
Laura Schneider 
Gwenn Schurgin 
Juanita Shavers 



Flennard Shaw 
Peter Shaw 
Andrew Skeen 
Kimberly Sklar 
Beth Smiley 
Catherine Smith 



David Sosna 
Patricia Stephenson 
Thomas Sterling 
John Sutermister 
Lyman Sheats 
Michaela Tally 



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Armen Tamzarian 
Judy Taub 



Susan Tesia 
Albert Thayer 



Mark Tracey 
Brian True 



Andrea Trummer 
Debbie Turin 



Paul Turner 
Lieven Vanmarcke 
Nancy Varnum 
Amy Vincelio 
James Wallace 
Elizabeth Wambolt 



Robert Watson 
Stephen Weiss 
James West 
William Whitworth 
Staverne Williams 
Terrence Wong 



Kathleen Woodruff 
Lisa Ye 
Jennifer Zivan 









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Pictures Not Available 
Robert Airasian 
Oliver Ames 
Robin Barbuto 
Carlos Beltran 
Donna Brown 
Paul Butler 
Mary Clay 
Dan DeCavagnac 
Stephan Decourcey 
Kathleen DiBenedetto 
Richard Eckler 
Eddie Fitzgerald 
John Galbraith 
Stephen Gardescu 
Catherine Gardner 
Aaron Gleckman 
Kalan Griffin 
Tom Griffin 
Edwin Grosso 
Christine Harlan 



Pat Harmon 
Sarah Hayden 
David Hirschkop 
Justin Hoyt 
Mark Hubbard 
Ilya Joannou 
Stephen Kerrigan 
Dell Leathers 
Karen Leone 
Suzanne Mahoney 
Heidi Markell 
Karyn Marshall 
Steven McArdle 
Philip McGonagle 
William Mead 
Ewan Milne 
Ashby Moncure 
Kathleen Mulvaney 
Diane Neitlich 
Robin Nelles 



Daniel Patterson 
Sandra Pearson 
Gary Pease 
Kathy Piieeki 
Laurel Ruzicka 
Eliot Schiff 
Drewcell Shaw 
Tiffany Ann Sheehy 
Helen Simpkin 
Gordon Smith 
John Sutermeister 
Micheal Tomesello 
Cheryl Uhler 
Jeff Webb 
Noelle Wentworth 
Jerry Williams 
Lisa Williamson 
Julliann Wood 
Amy Young 
Cindy Pandolfo 



M.E.T.C.O. 



METCO is a voluntary busing program through which Black students from 
Boston are able to attend suburban schools. The program is administered by the 
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity, Inc.. and totally funded by 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts through the Department of Education. 
METCO began in 1966 as an alternative for Black parents in Boston who were 
frustrated with the Boston Public Schools. Wayland entered the METCO pro- 
gram in September. 1968, with 9 students in Wayland High School. In 1974 
Wayland accepted students into the elementary and Junior high schools. 
METCO has been a successful model of urban-surburban integration. Many 
feel that racial and regional isolation has been reduced and cultural understand- 
ing and mutual respect have been increased. This year's program has offered 
several workshops for parents, students, and faculty. The METCO Advisory 
Council has sponsored lectures, field trips, retreats, the Martin Luther King 
International Dinner, the Black History Month .Magazine, and the highly suc- 
cessful Pastiche of the Black Experience, presented by the L'moja Players. We 
would like to thank all who supported our program and aims. 




The way to be 




M.E.T.C.O. Advisory Board Adorable 



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Selling high siles Moment of glor\ 




A chorus line 



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SABSE 



Student Action for a Better School 
Environment was established, under 
the impetus of Debbie Roberts, last 
year by the Student Advisory Board, 
seeking to cut down on vandalism in 
the school and beautify the area 
around it. SABSE plans a host of ac- 
tivities to make WHS sparkle, includ- 
ing the ever-popular school wide 
clean-ups, presenting a cash reward 
to the class with the cleanest, shiniest 
building. Have you thanked a green 
plant today? 




HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITTEE 



The new Human Rights Commit- 
tee, originally organized two years 
ago and re-established this year, is a 
group of students and teachers con- 
cerned with local, national, and glo- 
bal social issues. The large main 
Committee is divided into six smaller 
sub-committees: Fair Treatment, 
Human Ralations, Human/Social 
Awareness, Global Concerns, Nucle- 
ar Awareness, and Special Problems. 
Speakers, presentations, and discus- 
sions are planned on such topics as 
interpersonal relationships within 
WHS, world famine, and the individ- 
ual difficulties of the homeless, the 
handicapped, and the elderly. In edu- 
cating the student body and the facul- 
ty on human rights issues, the ulti- 
mate desire of the HRC is to improve 
the lives of as many people as possi- 
ble; from members of the school com- 
munity to citizens of other countries. 




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SADD 




Students Against Driving Drunk is 
an organization of caring students, 
headed by Carl Olson, trying to in- 
crease awareness of the dangers of 
drunk driving. Launched last year in 
a galaxy of orange balloons at a cere- 
mony attended by Governor King, 
SADD will keep up its work in '83 by 
gaining publicity for the cause 
through buttons, bumper stickers, t- 
shirts, and the media. This is one 
group that really knows the meaning 
of "reach for the stars" — its goal is 
to bring the number of alcohol related 
deaths in the community down to 
zero, and they won't stop until it's ac- 
complished. 





Then . . 



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WAYFARERS 




What has about two hundred legs and runs 
through Wayland ? Why the Wayfarers 
Track Club of course ! With the unfailing 
dedication of Mrs. Alexander, this group of 
fun-runners has involved the community in 
a number of fundraising races, the front- 
running cause this year being the brand 
new, ruby-red fieldhouse track. On your 
mark, get set, GO! 



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LONE STARS 




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STAR WARS 



"And as in uffish thought he stood. 
The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame 

Came whiffling through the tulgey wood, 
And burbled as it came! 

One, two! One, two! And through an through 
The vorpal blade went snicker-snack! 

He left it dead, and with its head 
He went galumphing back. 

'And hast thou slain the Jabberwock? 

Come to my arms, my beamish boy! 
O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!' 

He chortled in his joy." 



Lewis Carroll 




VARSITY FOOTBALL 




Top Row: A. Miller, P. Dcndunnen, S. Ker- 
rigan, M. Hubbard, B. McGilvary, B. Kea. 
P. Harmon, B. Wason, R, Burgett, D. Gul- 
loli. Coach Dubie. 
tfH| 2nd Row: Coach Conlin, J. Boyle, J. Affan- 

ato, J. Sutermeister. F. Shaw, M. Foley, T. 
Grosso. P. Johan, D. Dretler, J. Wallace, 
Coach Lukis. 

Bottom Row; P. Bonarrigo, P. Falvey, E. 
Boyle, Co-captain C. Wambolt, Co-captain 
M. Devlin. H. Kelleigh, D. Hiliiard, S. 
Canavan. S. Curtin, A. Rosenblatt, missing 
Mgr's L. Fay and N. Bishop 



The WHS Varsity Football 
Team played every game with 
courage and pride. 
Led by Co-captains, Mike Devlin 
and Craig Wambolt, the team 
managed a 2-7-1 record. The de- 
fense was led by Devlin, Wambolt, 
Canavan, Dendunnen. and Har- 
mon. The offense was headed by 
Curtin, Boyle, Bonarrigo, and Hil- 
iiard. 

Wayland beat arch rival Wes- 
ton (13-12) in the traditional 
Thanksgiving Day Contest. 






Wayland 







1 vnnfield 


21 

^ I 


6 


Greater Lowell 





14 


Boston Latin 


22 


8 


Concord/Carlisle 


8 


7 


Bedford 


21 


6 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


27 


12 


Acton/ Box boro 


14 





Westwood 


27 


6 


Newton South 


16 


13 


Weston 


12 





J.V. FOOTBALL 





Top Row: Coach Conlin, A. Mill- 
er. M. Hines, R. Frey, G. Harris, 
S. McGilvary, T. Sullivan, E. Ja- 
cobsen 

Bottom Row: J. Bonarrigo. J. 
Boyle, D. Seto, J. Affanato. D. 
Gulloli, R. Burgett, A. Kitzmiller, 
T. Braken 



Wayland 



18 


Lynnfield 


14 


12 


Greater Lowell 





18 


Boston Latin 





12 


Concord/Carlisle 





18 


Bedford 


24 


28 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


6 


28 


Acton 





18 


Westwood 


28 


12 


Newton South 





20 


Weston 


6 



The J.V. Football team 
kicked and passed and tackled 
their way to a fine season this 
year. Early in the season the 
team was led by the excellent 
running of Jim Affanato and 
Jim Boyle, but. unfortunately, 
these two players were soon lost 
to the ranks of the Varsity. The 
skilled freshmen offense soon 
stepped in, however, successful- 
ly filling this vacancy. 



FRESHMEN FOOTBALL 




Top Row: M. OKeefe, B. Penal- 
ton, L. Staples, A. France 
2nd Row: Coach Homan, C.Bris- 
son, D. Devlin, B. Hayward, E. 
Zizza, T. Coleman 
Bottom Row: S. White, C. 
Schnider, T. Mogan, F. Burrer, S. 
Monson, J. Lavin, K. Perry 




Wayland 



16 


Boston Latin 


6 


22 


Concord/Carlisle 


6 


12 


Bedford 


14 





Lincoln/Sudbury 


12 


22 


Acton/ Boxboro 


12 


6 


Newton South 


22 




The Season was full of starry- 
eyes for a third successful DCL 
title for the Wayland Freshmen 
Football Team, but not all of 
these dreams came true. Al- 
though every team member 
played in each game, and ef- 
fected a 3-3 record, they did not 
lose a single game in their 
hearts and dedication, they only 
lost by the scores. 




GIRLS VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 



Back Row: Marcia Greenblatt, 
Julie Burkley, Kim Pond, Mau- 
reen O'Shea, Debbie Cohen, 
Kim Johanson, Kip Reader, 
Kathy Woodruff, Kathy Man- 
ning, Maureen Chagnon, 
Coach Donna Olson. Front 
Row: Diana Phillips, Naila Bo- 
lus, Stephanie McKown, Sue 
Mauger, Captain Linda Swain, 
Kathleen Chagnon, Mary Ken- 
nedy, Christine Hyland 




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This young energetic group 
began the season with only one 
returning starter on the team. 
But with the devoted coaching 
of Donna Olson, and the spirit- 
ed leadership of captain Linda 
Swain, the Wayland women 
finished with an impressive 10- 
4 record. In tournament play 
the Wayland stickwomen lost to 
Ipswich 1-0. 



Wayland 



Lincoln/Sudbury 

Newton South 
Concord/Carlisle 
Newton South 

Bedford 
Acton/ Boxboro 

Weston 
Lincoln/Sudbury 
Newton North 
Concord/Carlisle 
Newton South 
Bedford 
Acton 
Weston 






Iron Defense 



J . V . FIELD HOCKEY 






I 



Back Row: Coach D. Todd, S. 
Zimmer, A. Katwinkle, C. Mur- 
phy, L. Pearson, K. Messina, K. 
Volkema, S. Tufts, P. Foster, K. 
Schwartz, N. Sterling, K. Nottle- 
son, M. Klein, K. Morrisey, N. 
Engler. Front Row: D. Gale, M. 
Grendas. K. Smith, P. McMan- 
mon, M. Talley, K. Gardner, A. 
Young, D. Fredrickson. 



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This years squad boasts a 6-6-2 
record. The J.V. women made a 
tremendous comeback from a 4-0 
loss in the first battle against Wes- 
ton, to tie the second game in an 
unofficial score of 1-1. With the 
patient and enthusiastic coaching 
of Debbie Todd the team worked 
hard on improving their skills and 
developing strategies. 









Wayland 






2 


Lincoln/Sudbury 





4 


Newton North 





1 


Concord/Carlisle 


2 


7 


Newton South 





1 


Bedford 








Acton/ Boxboro 


2 





Weston 


4 





Lincoln/Sudbury 








Newton North 


1 





Concord/Carlisle 





7 


Newton South 





3 


Bedford 





1 


Acton/ Boxboro 


2 





Weston 


1 







FRESHMEN FIELD HOCKEY 



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The team started off the sea- 
son with a disappointing 3-1 
loss to Concord, and finished 
with a respectable 6-4-1 record. 
The highlight of the season 
came in the game against Wes- 
ton. They lost 2-1 but put in a 
strong effort, and played their 
best game of the year. 




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Wayland -^^^^^ 






1 


Concord/Carlisle 


1 




2 


Wellesley 










Weston 


2 




1 


Med field 










Lincoln/Sudbury 







2 


Concord/Carlisle 


1 




1 


Medfield 










Weston 


2 




2 


Lincoln/Sudbury 







1 


Weston 


2 




1 


Wellesley 






Back Row: Coach S. McCandless, 
Mgr. C. Flieger, K. Shine, D. 
Katz, A. Welch, C. Valdez, A. 
Larson, K. Edwards, K. York, A. 
Beltran, K. Blum, D. Reck, K. 
Ricciardi, K. Butler, mgr. M. Sa- 
lerno and M. Koteck. 
Front Row: C. McKown, A. Ben- 
nett, M. Cotter, B. Waldner, J. 
Lee, capt. B. Phoenix, S. Butler, 
M. Whitney, W. Stophers, B. Na- 
san, K. Chisolm. 




Four of the se\en deadly sins. 







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BOYS VARSITY SOCCER 




A strong defense was main- 
tained throughout the year and 
was spearheaded by co-captain, 
Andy Kevy (DCL All-Star) 
and Dave Secor. 

Highlights of the season in- 
cluded the tie game early in the 
season against arch rival Wes- 
ton and the night game at Bed- 
ford which also resulted in a tie. 



Top Row: Coach Snow, T. 
Banks, M. Greco, M. Tracey, J. 
Kane, S. McFarlene, E. Conti, 
J. Primavera, B. Meinert, C. 
Leith, J. Strause, Mgr. D. Rob- 
erts. 

Bottom Row: C. Eagan, K. Tal- 
ley, T. Hall, C. Craven, co-cap- 
tain A. Kevy co-captain D. Se- 
cor. C. Keefe, B. Protopapa, C. 
Dyer, J. Harris. 



l^^^^^W^^nd 




1 


Newton South 


3 





Bedford 


2 


1 


Boston Latin 







Weston 


2 


^ 


Acton/ Boxboro 


3 


4 


Concord/Carlisle 








Lincoln/Sudbury 





2 


Newton South 





•) 


Bedford 


2 


f I 


Boston Latin 





Weston 


3 


2 


Acton /Boxboro 


2 





Concord/Carlisle 


1 


1 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


2 




Chorus Line Audition 




The Raging \dho 



That Snow Coach 



GIRL'S VARSITY SOCCER 




4 




I 

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The Varsity team ended up 
with a respectable 6-5-3 record 
and third place in the DCL. 
They worked hard together 
with Coach Mann. The high- 
light of the season came when 
they beat Weston in a thrilling 
1-0 victory. 



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Back row: B. Smiley, S. Testa, 
B. Doherty, K. Marshall, B. 
Morgan, M. Hepner, S. 
Choinski, G. Vrettas, T. Zim- 
merman, P. Mudway, P. Mor- 
gan, Coach J. Mann, Manager 
J. White 

Front row: P. Hines, K. Lynch, 
L. Krauss, M. Bolivar, Captain 
Mary Zimmerman, S. Thomas, 
L. Gossels, T. Hayes, J. Taub 



Wayland 

Newton South 

2 Bedford 

1 Weston 
1 Acton/ Boxboro 

Concord/Carlisle 

1 Lincoln/Sudbury 

Newton South 

3 Bedford 
3 Nauset 

1 Weston 

3 Acton/ Boxboro 

1 Concord/Carlisle 

Lincoln/Sudbury 

4 Nauset 






Zimmerman Crosses 



Mar\ waters herself 



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1 



BOYS' J . V . SOCCER 




Top Row: Coach Chadsey, P. Lodges, E. 
Woodman, G. Peas, J. Blake, J.Galbraith, 
P. Gavras, A. Tamzarian, D. Decavinack. 
C. Hazard, J. Hellmuth. S. Hall, B. Sebell, 
P. Nolan, T. Wong, G. Rosenbaum. 
2nd Row: R. Hines, R. Foley, F. Schnieder, 
J. Secor, D. Brooks, B. Leone, D. Sosna, M. 
Bodley. E. Nottenson, D. Clifford, G. Ea- 
gan, G. Keith, S. Jacobs. 



Boys" J.V. Soccer had an exciting and 
victorious 9-4-1 season. Directed by 
Coach Dexter Chadsey and lead by tri- 
captains, Marty Bodley, Bill Leone, and 
David Sosna, a clear line was estab- 
lished between work and play. 



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Newton South 






5 


Bedford 





A 

2 


5 


Boston Latin 


1 


1 


Weston 


3 


2 


Acton/ Box boro 


1 




1 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


4 




3 


Newton South 







3 


Bedford 


2 




9 


Boston Latin 







4 


Weston 







1 


Acton /Box boro 


1 




1 


Concord/Carlisle 


1 




3 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


2 






BOYS' FRESHMEN SOCCER 




Top Row: Coach J. Porrel, R. Norwood, K. 
Keyes, P. Diceare. J. Nielson, B. Garfield. 
M. Holland, M. Schumacher, C. Hart, S. 
Bossung, M. Duffield, T. Brunei. 
Bottom Row: M. Zayotti, D. Lodges. M. 
Greenberg, P. Skeen, D. Micholopoiis, S. 
Banks, C. Conti, B. Canavan, D. Fleicher, 
R. Townsend. 



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Boys' freshmen soccer had a fair 3-7- 
2 season. They started off strong with a 
win against Acton, but dropped off after 
center fullback Mike Short was injured. 
The 5-5 tie against Weston, was satisfy- 
ing, as was Brad Canavans replacement 
of injured Mark Holland. 



2 


Acton/ Boxboro 




1 


Bedford 


1 'i 


2 


Newton South 


4 


5 


Weston 


5 





Concord/Carlisle 


2 





Lincoln/Sudbury 


2 


2 


Bedford 


4 


4 


Newton South 


' 1 


1 


Weston 


2 i 


3 


Concord/Carlisle 


4 3 


2 


Lincoln/Sudbury 





GIRLS' J . V . SOCCER 



II 




This years girls J.V. soccer team had a 
frustrating season. The teams spirits were 
lead by sophomore co-captains Ellen Ka- 
shian and Julie Yamartino. The top scorers 
were freshmen Kim Mitchell and sopho-^ jj^ 
more Julie Yamartino with 5 goals each. ^ ^ 



Back Row: Coach D. Amato, L, 
Wexler, M. Wilson, L. Wilkenson, J. 
Brooks, E. Carls, K. Irving, M. Samp- 
son. L. Case, K. Kilpatrick, W. Moyer, 
K. Sawyer. 

Front Row: S. Sebel, B. Newell, G. Hy- 
land, J. Yamartino, E. Kashion, K. 
Mitchell, K. Jazowski, S. Hanna, P. 
Roberts. 




1 

1 

1 




1 


Bedford 


^1 
1 < 

2 


f 


1 


Weston 


2 




1 




2 




3 


Acton/ Boxboro 







1 









3 


Newton South 







2 




1 




3 


Nausett 

















2 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


3 









3 




2 


Concord/Carlisle 


2 


k 







1 





GIRLS' FRESHMEN SOCCER 




CROSS COUNTRY 



iMTaii II 




Seniors Jenny Manning, Katie 
Dewey and captain Kathy Mad- 
dock provided an effective punch 
which other teams found difficult 
to combat, and both Manning and 
Maddock were named to the Dual 
County League All-Star team. 

The men's team was plagued by 
illness and injury. Captain Jon 
Mann was named to the DCL All- 
Star team. 



Wayland Men's X-Country 


21 


Natick 


34 


29 


Weston 


27 


30 


Bedford 


25 


21 


Acton/ Boxboro 


34 


29 


Boston Latin 


27 


23 


Newton South 


35 


27 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


29 


31 


Concord/Carlisle 


28 



1st Row: K. Dewey. A. Greiff. J. 
Schmidt, J. Manning, R. Mann, Cap- 
tain K. Maddock, L. Ye. 
2nd Row: P. Harmon, A. Heller, S. 
Cook, D. Ansuini. J. Redgate, S. Saran, 
B. Hall. 

3rd Row; M. Ide. A. Glass, E. Johnson, 
J. West, M. Garfield, A. Moncure. D. 
Dunbar. 

4th Row: G. Cotton. A. Skeen, Captain 
J. Mann, M. Allara. B. Goldthwaite. J. 
Greco, Coach D. Benedetti. 



SWIM TEAM/DIVING 





Back Row: C. Uhler, S. Gibson, S. 

Koenig, D. Fokos, J. White, J. 

MacMillan, C. Karp. 

Middle Row: T. Sterling, P. Wood, 

E. Nottleson, F. Howser, J. Foster, 

D. Murch, R. Reardon, Coach S. 

Erlich 

^ Front Row: A. Sawyer, T. Bank- 
Bhart, J. Agat, M. Leonard, A. 
■ Kitzmiller, B. Sawyer. 

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The Swim Team finished its 
season with a respectable 7-4 re- 
cord. The strong leadership of 
Coach Sue Erlich and the encour- 
agement from the crowds kept the 
team going throughout its season. 
Wayland placed 13th out of 46 
teams in the Northern Sectionals 
with only five members competing. 
Jennifer White and diver Jennifer 
MacMillan went on to compete in 
the states. 



Waylfll 






94 Lincoln/Sudbury 


77 


58 


Acton/ Boxboro 


113 


68 


Boston Latin 


29 


61 


Burlington 


22 


100 


Newton South 


84 


38 


Belmont 


45 


57 


Bedford 


25 


55 


Melrose 


28 


87 


Gardner 


81 


80 


Lexington 


91 




Winchester 


47 



BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL 




The 1982-83 team wasn't as suc- 
cessful as those in years past. How- 
ever, they managed to hold their 
own in the DCL by acquiring a 10-8 
record and placing 4th in the league. 
Coach Porrell will surely miss all- 
star senior Darrel Hilliard along 
with a solid line-up of Andy York, 
John Tobin, Craig Morrissey, Dave 
Harman. Steve McFarlane, and Ro- 
man Gumatay, These star dribblers 
ended the season with 2 defeats: 
.Medfield and Bellingham. Porrell 
wil gaze next year toward all-star 
junior Bob Airisian and Kyle Lor- 
entzen with star-shooting sopho- 
mores Dan Clifford and Ethan 
Hawkes. 



Wayland 


I 


71 


Dover Sherborn 


52 


43 


Weston 


30 


58 


Newton South 


81 


50 


Concord 


52 


45 


Catholic Memorial 


67 


67 


Bedford 


61 


70 


Boston Latin 


57 


55 


Lincoln Sudbury 


48 


57 


Acton Boxboro 


68 


67 


Weston 


60 


60 


Newton South 


86 


43 


Concord 


77 


58 


Bedford 


57 


59 


Boston Latin 


68 


44 


Lincoln Sudbury 


40 


55 


Acton Boxboro 


58 


67 


Bellingham 


66 1 



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Top Row ; D. Harmon, C, Morrisey, 
S. McFarlane, D. Hilliard, A. York, 
J. Tobin, R. Gumatay, Coach Por- 
rell. Bottom Row: T. Hagar, E. 
Hawkes, K. Lorentzen, R. Arasian, 
D. Clifford, G. Pineo. 




It's not a bird . . . It's not a plane 



GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL 






Star-Stocked with eight freshmen and 
sophomores, the 82-83 season was one 
of rebuilding. Co-captain Randi Roy, 
the lone senior, on her way to becoming 
one of the top rebounders in the DCL, 
provided leadership along with Co-cap- 
tain Pam Mudway, the team's only re- 
turning starter. Glens Vrettas, Mary 
Beth Sampson and all-star Patty Mo- 
gan rounded out the starting 5 which 
finished with 5 wins and 12 losses. The 
highlights of the season were back-to- 
back upset victories against Boston Lat- 
in, and first place Lincoln/Sudbury. 




Wayland 






28 


Weston 


27 


36 


Newton South 


62 


47 


Concord 


52 


33 


Newton North 


49 


43 


Belmont 


38 


27 


Bedford 


48 


30 


Boston Latin 


38 


31 


Lincoln Sudbury 


52 


39 


Acton Boxboro 


57 


44 


Weston 


42 


49 


Newton South 


57 


30 


Concord 


46 


33 


Bedford 


57 


54 


Boston Latin 


46 


37 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


31 


31 


Acton 


70 


21 


West Roxbury 


46 



Top Row: Coach Newmark, K. Mitch- 
ell, G. Vrettas, K. Swartz, S. Potoch- 
ney, K. Johanson, M.B. Sampson, B. 
Morgan, S. Bancroft. Bottom Row: P. 
Mogan, K. Lorentzen, Randi Roy. P. 
Mudway, K. Irving, L. Gossels. 



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BOYS' J . V . BASKETBALL 




Na. na. na, na. na. na. 



GIRLS' J . V . BASKETBALL 





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The squad had a trying season this year, 
but despite their final record the players 
had a shining amount of spirit and de- 
termination. Coach Hermanowski 
worked on improving bail handling, de- 
fense, and shooting skills. Lead by star- 
let co-captains Judy McMullen and Ka- 
ren Sawyer, the team is looking forward 
to a more starstudded season. 



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I 



VVavland 



17 


Weston 


45 ^ 


13 


Newton South 


29 


24 


Concord 


27 |Uj 


28 


Newton South 


3^B 


29 


Belmont 




5 


Bedford 




19 


Boston Latin 


39 


27 


Lincoln Sudbury 


35 


20 


Acton 


45 


30 


Weston 


37 


29 


Newton South 


44 


25 


Concord 


45 


34 


Bedford 


60 


20 


Boston Latin 


45 


43 


Lincoln Sudbury 


29 


12 


Acton 


42 


38 


W. Roxbury 


28 ^ 



Top Row: E. Moncure, K. St-Croix. L. 
McMullen (Co-Cap), Coach Herman- 
owski, K. Sawyer (Co-Cap), O. Key, S. 
Manter, S. Bancroft. Front Row: K. 
Fardy, D. Gale. M. Davis. J. Golle. K. 
Kohler. 



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BOYS' FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 



These troopers started the year shakily 
with an opening loss to Newton South. 
However, Weston's team proved to be a 
falling star twice when it encountered 
our court-courageous kids. At the end of 
the season the team had a 5-7 record. 
Coach Mike Mitchell was the bright 
impetus behind the squad. The fresh- 
men who constituted this solid team are 
guards Brad Canavan. Steph Snell, 
Chris Mitchell. Dino. and Mark Green- 
berg: forwards Flip Burrer. Keith Per- 
ry, Tommy Coleman and Brad Aker- 
man. 6'2" center Eric Zizza was a 
prime component in team victories. 



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Wayland 
27 


w 

Newton aouth 


37 


59 


Weston 


52 


46 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


54 


62 


Concord 


54 


33 


Newton South 


54 


59 


Weston 


55 


66 


Bedford 


53 


36 


Concord 


55 


50 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


67 


34 


Waltham 


49 


34 


Bedford 


51 



Top Row: Coach Mitchell, G. Levin. B. 
Akerman. T. Coleman, E. Zizza. S. 
Monson, J. Lavin. D. Michoulopos. 
Bottom Row: M. Greenberg, C. Mitch- 
ell, F. Burrer. K. Perry. S. Snell, B. 
Canavan, E. Brown 




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3IRLS' FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 





with a 

rta !NrviT(W7S6^Bm:'WiraT^ a lot of 

hard work recuperated and later daz- 
zled that team 36-26. The highlight of 
the season was a close game against 
Weston which ended in a last-minute, 
star-spangled victory for Wayland, led 
by high-scorer Jeanne Highland. The 
frosh women began as a bunch of rook- 
ies but ended the year as a skilled family 
of players. Despite a record of 3-10, the 
team is enthusiastic about next year, 
thanks to the aid and encouragement of 
Coach Kennedy. 



Wayland 






23 


Newton South 


39 


19 


Weston 


37 


17 


Concord 


34 


36 


Newton South 


26 


21 


Concord 


28 


29 


Weston 


27 


18 


Bedford 


55 


23 


Concord 


45 


13 


Weston 


38 


21 


Waltham 


19 


22 


Bedford 


28 


23 


Waltham 


58 









Top Row: M. Kotek, K, Irving. \. Lar- 
son, .1. Hyland, C. Fleiger. S. Gibson, K. 
Mitchell, Coach Kennedy. Bottom 
Row; S. Rosenblatt, M. Cotter, K. Lor- 
enlzen, A. Welch (captain), L. Sawyer, 
S. Koenig, K. Pond. 



VARSITY WRESTLING 





This year's Wrestling team again had a 
star-riffic season: twenty-one straight 
victories until they suffered a heart- 
breaking loss to Milford. one of only two 
losses for the team this season. The 
wrestlers came back, however, to beat 
Milford in the sectional tournament and 
become sectional champs. Led by co- 
captains Paul Amoruso and Mike Or- 
landella, Wayland sent seven wrestlers 
to the State Wrestling Tournament; 
sectional stars Peter Orlandella, Mike 
Orlandella, Paul Amoruso. and Eric 
Conti, and second-place finalists Mike 
Hanlon. Rob Waldron, and James Wal- 
lace, The Warriors took third in the 
states with Peter Orlandella's win in the 
finals — the third sophomore in WHS 
history to capture the state title — sec- 
ond place wins by Mike Hanlon- and 
Paul Amoruso, and a respectable third 
place by Eric Conti. 



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Wayland 








56 


Algonquin 


3 




66 


Boston Latin 







45 


Weston 


6 


1 


45 


Keefe Tech 


6 




52 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


14 




45 


Concord/Carlisle 


9 




45 


Newton South 


13 




37 


Belmont 


17 




37 


Newton South 


15 




31 


Dedham 


13 




24 


Wallham 


31 




20 


Milford 


33 





R. Mogan 


P. .Amoruso (Capi) 


M. Short 


E. Conti 


P. Orlandella 


B. Cotter 


J. Affanato 


M. Devlin 


R. Eckler 


.M. Hanlon 


T. Banks 


M. Orlandella (Capt) 


P. Kennedy 


K. Place 


J. Wallace 


R. Waldron 


B, Watson 


C. Wambolt 


Asst. Coach Amatto Coach Moyer 



J.V. WRESTLING 





Top Row: J. Burke. P. Kennedy, P. Johan. E. 
Nottleson, N. Jacobsohn, M. Herman, J. 
White (Manager). Bottom Row: M. Hines, D. 
Newman, A. Brynjolfsson. D.B. Herman. T. 
Bocs, R. Frev. C. Hanlon. 



The Freshmen turned out in strong numbers 
for the wrestling team this year. Though the 
season began with a disappointing loss to 
Chelmsford, the determined team wrapped up 
the season with a stellar w in against a freshman 
team from Milford in the last match of the 
year. Several star team members made first or 
second team Varsity including Roy Mogan, 
l.eroy Staples, and Andy Miller, and Mike 
Short, who placed fifth at the sectionals. The 
Freshmen proved to be an integral part of the 
team as a whole and are looking forward to a 
successful season next year. 

Top Row: T. Hoyt, .1. Russell. D. Fleischer, M. 
Schumacher. R. Mogan. L. Staples. A. Miller, 
C. Schneider. C. Conti, K. Testa (Manager). 
Bottom Row: M. Short, P. Tally. G. Domolky, 
R Schurgin, S. Banks. B. Hail. P. Skecn. J. 
Borlone. 





HOCKEY 





The Hockey team had a trying season 
with a 4-1 2-1 record. Despite being pla- 
gued with absences and injuries to key 
players, the team ended the season on 
an upbeat note. First losing by one goal, 
8-7 in a controversial game, against a|H| 
strong Medford team. The ne.xt game 
they tied DCL powerhouse Bedford 3-3, 
and they ended the season with a 5-1 
rout of Newton South. There were 
sparkling spots during the season in- 
cluding two DCL All Stars in Freshman 
sensation Brian Hayward and Senior) 
Co-Captain Mike Wareham. 



^ Wayland 

6 
4 
2 
2 
1 

7 
2 
4 

6 
1 

f I 

I 
I 

3 
3 



Marlboro 
Cambridge 
Westwood 
Lincoln/Sudbury 
Concord 
Acton 
Weston 
Boston Latin 
Newton South 
Lincoln/Sudbury 
Concord 
Acton 
Weston 
Boston Latin 
Bedford 
Medford 
Bedford 
Newton South 




2 
7 
4 
6 

14 
2 

4 

7 
5 
3 

13 
-I 

5 
6 
8 
3 
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Top Row. P. Chant, G. Keith, T. Lahey. 
J. Secor. K. Chisholm. B. Hayward, 
Mgr. C. Law, C. Smith. Mgr., C. Doo- 
ley. Bottom Row: M. Collins, M. But- 
ler, S. Ham. T. Schuler, A. Moncure. J. 
Whelton. D. Scimone. G. MacDonald. 
M. Wareham. Coach Brennan 



Save, Collins 



1 



GIRLS' TRACK 




I 



The Wayland girl's track team, led by 
the quartet of captains: Katie Dewey, 
Jennifer Oprie. Lori Doran and Jenny 
Manning, had a successful season de- 
spite tough competition. This cluster of 
starlets led by rookie coach — John 
Braccia — placed third in the all-league 
meet behind two powerhouses: Acton/ 
Boxboro and Weston. Some of the 
many shining performances put in over 
the season included Beth Smiley "s work 
in the high jump, and the mile-relay 
team's first place finish in the all-league 
meet. Several competitors went on to 
qualify for the states bringing back per- 
sonal bests and high hopes for next year. 



Wayland 






50 


Boston Latin 


35 


42 


Weston 


44 


64 


Bishop Fenwick 


22 


54 


Marian 


32 


56 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


29 


37 


Acton 


49 


44 


Newton South 


41 



Top Row: B. Doherty, J. Taub. B. 
Mann, S. McGowan, B. Waldner, K. 
Maley. T. Hayes, A. Kattwinkel, C. 
Moschella, K. Pond, Coach Braccia. 
Middle Row: K. Shanks, K. Manning, 
P. Roberts, T. Nelson, M. Heppner, A. 
Nelson, L. Krauss, K. Blom, K. Reader, 
B. Smiley. Bottom Row: J. Oprie. L. 
Doran. K. Dewey, J. Manning. 






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BOYS' TRACK TEAM 





The boys' track team, led b_\ senior cap- 
tains Vanu Bose. George Cotton, Dan 
Greenbiatt, and Jon Mann, won both 
the regular season and all-league meet 
Dual County championships. Their 6-1 
dual meet record included a dazzling 
victory over Weston for the first time in 
seven years. The season was especially 
successful for Jon Mann who set the 
state record in the 600, the league re- 
cord in the 300, and the school record in 
the 1000. Unfortunately Mann was in- 
jured for the all-league meet, but the 
team, starring George Cotton, Ben 
Goldwaithe, and John Hayden, was 
ble to pull together for a one point vic- 
y over Weston. .Although Coach 
bw will be losing some important sen 
this year, the underclassmen have 
great potential. 



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Way land 








39 


Boston Latin 


47 




45 


Weston 


41 


55 


Bedford 


31 




50 


Marian 


36 




47 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


39 




46 


.Acton/ Boxboro 


40 


1 


53 


Newton South 





Top Row: Coach Snow, B. Golthwaile 
M. Allara, G. Butler, D. Kenney, J 
Greco, G. Harris, J. Hayden, D 
Greenbiatt, J. Mann. G. Cotton, V 
Bose, J. Coleman, B. DiBenedetto. J 
West. Middle Row: B. Boerth, D. Kel 
ler. G. Baldwin. M. Choinski, B. Leone 
M. Garfield, G. Pease. B. Dicker. R 
Hines, M. Ide, J. Blom. Bottom Row : D 
Dunbar, S. Bossuing, B. Garfield, C 
Hart, R. Burgeit. J. Mcrullo, S. White 
J. Redgate. 




BOYS' GYMNASTICS 



Lead by the new coach Phil 
Shorkey the boys" gymnas- 
tics team had high hopes for 
the season. But captain Da- 
vid Fardy was out for the 
season, due to injury, dimin- 
ishing some of these hopes. 
This very small enthusiastic 
team worked hard through- 
out the season. The nucleus 
of sophomores on the team 
make next year's season look 
promising. 




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GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 





The girls' gymnastics team 
had a promising season lead 
by Co-Captains Joline Lavin 
and Amy Young. The young 
enthusiastic team encour- 
aged each other throughout 
the season. Freshman Court- 
ney McKown proved to be a ^ 
standout scoring high in 
many events. Next year will 
be a season to look forward 
to as this young team gains 
experience. 




^ Top row: T. Brisson, K. ^ 
I Daly, K. Butler, H. Curtin, f 
M. Slayton, Coach Drouhi- 
let, 2nd row: C. McKown, K. 
Hubbard, B. Winbaum, E. 
Kashian, L. Beltran. Bottom 
row: J. Lavin, A. Young 



I 






SKI TEAM 



The Ski Team overcame discouraging 
losses in the first two meets to finish 
with a fairly strong record. Captains 
Maddock and Beard led the girl's and 
boy's teams against tough competi- 
tors, frequently with less than the 
necessary amount of skiers. Despite 
this deficit, the team fared well 
against the strong Acton-Boxboro, 
and Concord-Carlisle teams, ending 
the season with high hopes for the up- 
and-coming, non-graduating mem- 
bers of the team. Willie Anastas, Bob 
Meinert, John Foster, Jay Norwood, 
Andrew Beard, Chip Hazard, Neil 
Heeren, Cheryll Uhler, Greg Kavett, 
Lisa Ye, Don Mordecai, Mike Duf- 
field. Liz Neumeier. 




Nashoba studs 



RIFLE TEAM 



The W.H.S. Rifle Team is in a period 
of transition this year. However, in 
spite of this disadvantage Wayland is 
still a powerful contender. The team 
has been consistently anchored by 
Captain Jon Kane, and Co-Capiain 
Bill Reiders, as well as by Juniors 
Carlos Beltran, and Brian True. Oth- 
er prime marksmen have been Jon 
Nottonson, and Jeremy Weiner. Next 
year's team should be a powerful one, 
as the more novice members of the 
team gain experience. Bill Reiders, 
Tina Bianca, Brian True, Jon Notton- 
son, Jon Kane. Beth Schubert. Mike 
Gould. Coach Jane Jewel. Terry 
Wong, Floyd Barbetti 




The few. the proud, the Rifle Team 



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I 

FALL CHEERLEADING 




"Give me a \\ ' 

This year Fail Ciieerleading was full of many new faces ready to cheer on not only the boys' Football and Soccer teams, but the girls' Soccer team as 
well. It looks like this new and long awaited idea will become tradition at WHS. These cheerleaders have lots of new and jazzy ideas planned for next 
year's squad . . . Come on Wayland, score more in '841 Top Row; C. Harlan, W. Farrar, A. Butter, J. Lavin, C. Pandolfo, A. Burke, I. Joannou. 2nd 
Row: J. Kauffman. L. English. Bottom Row: R. Redgate. T. Brisson. 



WINTER CHEERLEADING 




The Winter Cheerleaders led by Karin Kassabian and Lynn Rier had a new adviser plus a new task for the '82-'83 season. For the first time al WHS 
the girls" Varsity Basketball team had a section of Mrs. Pat Kepner's squad behid them. The performed new cheers and a dazzling half time 
"Extravaganza". Rooting for the Warriors was a pleasure with these girls leading the cheers. Top Row: B. Wambolt, D. Cohen, D. Turin, K. Horgos. 
S. McBreen, L. Bortone, K. Kassabian. 2nd Row: A. Travis, L. Rier, Bottom Row: L. Williamson, J. Schmidt, T. Paine. 



Ill 



SUPERSTARS 




SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD 



K. Chagnon, K. Kassabian, D. Roberts, 
W. Farrar, L. Swain, S. McKown, Ms. 
Mensh, S. Hoenig, N. Bolus, M. Zim- 
merman, C. Leith, T. Bunnell. Missing: 
E. Conti, K. Tally, A. Kevy 

Shall it be Ismenos, or Melia of the gold- 
en distaff, 

or Kadmos, or the sacred generation of 
Sown Men, 

or Thebe of the dark blue veil, 

or the dare-all strength of Herakles, 

or the gracious cult of Dionysus, 

or the marriage of white-armed Har- 

monia? 

Which shall we sing? 




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THANK YOU MS . MENSH 




Sing, Pindar, of Helene Mensh, luminous classical scholar 
and paedagoga whose sensitivity is appreciated daily by stu- 
dents and fellow teachers alike, scores of which have been enter- 
tained by tales of her galaxy of friends. Now her kids in the 
Class of 1983 have a chance to say "Thank You." 

Ms. Mensh, you've seen us through magazine drives and bake 

sales, the Junior Prom and the concession stand. We will always 

remember your no-nonsense walk and your bright smile and 

your loveable tangents. As an advisor, and most importantly, as 

a heart-held friend, you've taught us some things that go beyond 

academics, things that only a truly warm, caring human being 

— and an avid fan of "The Devils" — could impart. You truly 

inspire us to reach for the stars. ,,, , 

We love you 

Thanks. 



But I claim there will be some who remember us when we are 
gone. (Really, Sappho, how could she forget?) 




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WE REMEMBER 




JOHN DAVID EVANGELISTA 



You lived through a very important part of my life with me and I know 
I'll never forget it. There's a place in my soul where I've hidden memories 
of you, where no one can find them and ever take them away from me. 
Every once in a while I open up that part of me and look through at what 
is kept there. When I finish browsing through those piles of memories, I 
find a smile and a tear of joy to add to my collection. 



119 




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Scott Lawrence Akerman 

Thanx Mr. O, JAVA, JLA & BJ. 
DebS. Babe § Moosefaced! JD/Co. 
Ouling Club w/JW, EE, JC. BS. 
SW + MD s On 2 wheels? DP. BR. 
Road Trip/85 Sideways 51 282 
Stang! Van HalenI Grounded? Sum 
Sch 82 E. E. Tunalic, UR. KM, 
Happy Trails. 



Paul M. Agate 

the world looks more color, full w ith 
trees! the long & winding road Ver- 
mont 82. moose slays hobbit. 5cses a 
frame, quarters — intense, youd 
wave ny 4th. 07zy 82 pig party! ps sw 
ms be cc ih. finally its over 



Timothy Keppel Albright 

just remember: He who makes a 
beast of himself gets rid of the pain 
of being a man. pleasure, power and 
money thats all I ask for. I give in 
thanks to WHS what it gave to me. 





Bruce E. Armstrong 

Lacrosse 81-83 IVlay be Next Year 
G-Carls "Midnight Sprinkler Ride 
"Gone Fishing Sat N and Sun aff F- 
Ball Howd we do it! Always keep 
You Warm Vic BD, JF, GM. Sav- 
ing The Best For Last Remember 
Old Ox Bow 



Craig A. Arnold 

English Pub Crawl, London Punk I 
Love you Lori. oni + taz Grr! warm 
LEATHER et, PUNK ROCK- 
***Too Much Pressure/U2 D & K, 
B & B best friends Jimmy jazz, JN. 
JH, NB, LG/ thanks Neil & Sue/ 
St rt 5 & 4 TASTE THE LIQ- 
UIDS! REBEL 



Esme Banker 

id Rather Be Skiing Dood! Yeah! S 
K.D. Baby Hub cap Herby Jelly FG 
Beans M Dew O.C. Track Russells 
K P. L. Let The Good Times Roll 
Camp Royal Crow n Habe o Boltere! 
Pres Club Party! THE DOORS — 
Love Me A Two Times — Ive Gto A 
Crush On You! P 



1 




Paul Christopher Amoruso 

i '/2w/Debbie, Luv Always — Wres- 
tling, sect chmp capt '82 How Bad 
Do You Want It?! — Thanx Coach 
— Thick, Fast Pants — Doos 
Drvewy — Culass 180 W/ MM & 
HW Jr. Prom Wknd. Prom P&: To 
Peps 




Sharon J. Barnacle 

"We Made It " — JB AT BM HT 
SP JP BS BI KH CL Wednesdays! 
Prom — Cap "JR. S — JAV " 
Toyota — 74. Going — 3K. History 
over — 2 LAKE — PARTI ES!! Au- 
gust — 52. KFC Color Guard 
Thanx For Everything Dad. 





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Susan Marie Barney 

barns wf le mgdn jl tb kp js ks jm ek 
cc summer 82 #4 cheering sat 
breakfast cs raquet ball outing club 
finers group mo ck ya old country p 
— town ma mz el le go gos 82 af os 
82 spin offs good harbor dp jk cs ae 
ro bs mom i love & miss you thanks 
dad 




Nancy Anne Bishop 

T4 FC noda BF FL ARI GB AK KL 
FR RJ WJ DK H THE GUYS 
SFFMF doors KB map Prom Wknd 
(a MOs GREAT':'! 2 ME XJ AL 1 
MyPlace w//out ME* WY WH JE 
MD 8 Crdnl Fuzz B/nys R free 
hylsmb Lay Wg Mgr Buttys GL 
JAW BUD 25c Thx M + D Mr/ R 
Mr P WHAT IS THE THING? 




Cornelius Devlin Batts 

Wrasslin Varsity Sleeping Team 
Tull Concerts "Its One In The 
Afternoon . . . He's Asleep!" "Hey 
Mush What Are You Sleeping?" 
. . . SPLAT! The Road ... One & 
Two "It's Not So Much That I 
Wanna Get Out of Here. It's Just 
Time To Move On." 




Peter Bowman Blau 

Drop In! The Machine & el CLI FF: 
82 How Manh PIX!']' *PL SUE BR 
MC DP AB * MDC WHO'S raggin 
on WHO'? trench pig BLOW 
TOWN Thanx M & D A witty say- 
ing proves nothing. 




Andrew David Beard 

Plebian. change or stagnate 
INITIATIVE COMES TO 
THOSE WHO WAIT. — FLIP- 
PER 




Jeffrey C. Blom 

TRACK #1 **THANX TO ALL 
MY ** DUTING CLUB "FAM- 
ILY & ** SUMMER — CAPE 
*FRIENDS** DB YE PLYM- 
OUTH 360 YEEUMM! O MA- 
CRUNS VW — 98 79-83 O OSKl 
VAN HALEN & RUSH * G /O * 
THE NOT CLASS SKI TRIP?! )) 




Tanya Bennett 
Do I dare 

Disturb the universe? 
In a minute there is time 
For decisions and revisions 

which a minute will 

reverse. 

T.S. Eliot 




Amy Sue Bloomberg 

SOCCER TENNIS PROM JKS 
TAFTYSUM 82' GREAT MEMS 
W/ MARK JOH TK WR LC SS 
WK BEACH MN CK IN SS FT 
BALL DJS BR TRACKS GREM- 
LINS TRUE FRIENDS ARE 
LIKE DIANMONDS PRECIOUS 
BUT R ARE JK EM MA NP AR 
JK PW JM MG SH TH AN XM & 
Dl COULN "TO F MADE IT W/ 
OUT U. 







Michele Joan Bolivar 



Naila Anne Bolus 



Paul F. Bonarrigo 



Vanu Gopal Bose 



lake ihe good times w/ the bad! f? 
nah — pm?! jr yr fr ia ft at mochas! 
kr is de bb az im ch ag gy su zn i & 
the guys esp ce tb js ag ds so Ir bb c 
hrn *cape summers * p-lown "82 
clisa & CO "z" michael John the m. b 
& b.p luv ya friends & family thnx 
m & d 



The Days Go By Like A Strand In 
The Win. in The Web That Is My 
Own I Begin Again Thx Sieph I LU 
Zim Kriz My SPAZ Buddys — y 
trap Fid Hky Spr Cks Prom Big Pro 
I L & Mut hx MD I L UG LJ Go For 
It I FU Imagine It L'C n Achieve It, 
If U Dream It U Cn Beome It 



Thanks; FR TG MF DS DH KH 
MK MD MO MH CW SC JN EB 
BB DD Mr P especiall especially 
Coach Luk is the rat pack and rest 
of the learn du bior db N H trips JC 
gutta but ge me b"d whistlin" The 
Doors Soft parade # 22 IL LM SM 
JR sat thumbin "Later BLDY 



1 1 all else fails work at it Singing in 
the rain TRACK Newport SAIL- 
ING/455 — 280z Do we have to 
memorize it? yes — Gopal oops an- 
other accy? Commander & Kenne- 
dy Look out MIT — Mike b the 
I.W./Swami 










Edward James Bovie 



Jocelvn Brown 



Tiniothv John Bunnell 




Karen \laric Builer 



FOOTBALL 83 LAX 21 G Luck 
PB EM FT GJ WS CW WM DD 
HK TP FR MO DS CP AY CJ 5 L 

fcatpcpskistowepcgsawutatts pop- 
passp club ^ 9 lhanx coaches & 
mom dad God heres the ball jim al- 
ways on 2b 7 things Big Green B & 
Op ride so long W 



F-al mouth 81 & 82, Moody Blues. 
Aerosmith, Rush. Cheering, the 
wall. Jamaica, Wednesdays, F & G 
Parties. Macs, license with AT, 
Thanks to all my friends — you 
know who you are . . . WE MADE 
IT! Thanks Mom & Dad 



Bsklball Bsball Marshalls Jersey 
Shore West Dennis 82 Mr. Mojo Ri- 
sin Blue Sky, Green Grass and High 
Tides Thanx M & D. Rick Pete Bet- 
sy Thanx, and best of luck to CE. 
KC, JS, KL, LS. and JH Prom 82 
— KC youre the greatest 



Nvr 4 gin Memories CB & JT 
1/19/80 BREAD ~ gym & crtwis 
— sn fn bt Ic ps & fd gs tr ps Jame st 
nx 4 bein arfnd — Sum 82w/ AW 
& JS. WPD tnx Arty Scrubs. CMP 
Nat w/ AC & bnd. tennis (a Walsh, 
drvthrus. sum sngs. Lnos. MB & 
ST. A s — ILLFAL'L inx M & D 





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Christine Marie Campbell 

Beany? Vm outta here "83'" 
FRIENDS 4-ever. Wuv ya Jack, 
Meeze & Marmy Fun xw/the trio 
Party? — Goober! — cheerleading 
W.H. it's X 2 say good-bye Thanks 
for everything MOM Good Luck 
ROB 




Scott Paul Canavan 



beano football # 21 i laugh at sou 
long live tg eb mom fh kj wm dc ha 
tm he mp bi ff wa da 1 jim morrison 
bud to a donee i was crazy, once? 
ozzy good luck brad 961. feat fishing 
+ hunting countryfire hydrants zoo 
f 9-26-81 a -I- tall abroad bust 




Pamela A. Carlson 

Born to Run IL KG RS M JB BOSS 
YOWZA Fun — Fun Is everybody 
happy! far out YEAH! 78-81 KY 
True friends are like diamonds pre- 
cious & rare, but false friends are 
like autumn leaves found every- 
where 



Janet Ellen Cemach 

I Like Wayland High School. The 
Kids And The Teachers Are Very 
Nice. I Like The Way The Teachers 
Teach Their Subjects. The School Is 
Pretty, Beautiful. The Subjects 
That Km Learning .Are Very inter- 
esting. 




Matthew Adam Chafe 



Before The Gates Of Excellence 
The High Gods Have Placed Sweat: 
Long Is The Road There to. But 
When The Heights Are Reached, 
Then There Is Ease, Though Griev- 
ously Hard In The Winning. — 
Hesiod 




Kathleen Marie Chagnon 



FH Eva P. Sing It "Swinda Lain" 
Deb — Krissy — Shels i The 
GUYS ' Mo Lar Curl "Ski tripped" 
* YES 3 * GT EM 14 P & C 
WKEND Whoes BUBBLE? Good 
Friends — Weekend BASH — 
TIM Christopher 143!! Thn Mom 
& Dad Good luck Reenie MISS 
YOU ALL! 




Kevin Troy Christopher 

To blurb or not to blurb? That is the 
question, blurbs are outdated, mo- 
notonous, and corny. Besides, I 
couldn't think of anything to write. 




Paige M. Cochran 



Sun's out — BT. Tennis Team. *4 S 
I Made the board again. SL RB CR 
Can I Borrow a few bucks Nov. 82 
— NH. Cow / Wei rs/ New port 
J.J.'s/Summer 82 EJJRA. Igs. Su 
JD v C 81. A.P.V.P.L + A. VVin- 
demer eTb#l. Et Voila V — Lan 
Ref G South 



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Jeffrey Grant Coleman 

thanx — whs + jw sa jb gc vb gp ss 
ee! outing club doc, deg & crew + 
#1 track — thanx mr snow & mr 
dubie cm md — jl — sm & km — 
miss ya! 69l — bd macs run. con- 
certs, — dtd — joe! goodbye ms pes- 
ky & ms kohler — 1 5 thanx mom & 
fams ave the whales 




Ellen Higginson-Kateri Coss 

And I Says II Says: On My World 
The Nights Are Very Long And 
You Wake To The Sound Of Silver 
Birds Against The Sky And My 
People Know There Is Time For Ev- 
erything Cancel Vermont Iguana 
Miss You All Hey Socko Get Those 
Things Off Myy My Sofa! 




Eric Guido Conli 

super cox * so ki aw ah 82 full moon 
s yankees croce hey quaker state 
bite me tp times arl. bound barbs & 
martys restaurant fruit fly might as 
well have a good limes not me at — 
motion aqua cat ban an auhaul im- 
praclic ingrex ms mj es an onimd 




William S. Cotter 

WRESTLING!!! COACH M. SGA 
lives On IGGY and Penetration 
(damp) JD"s Interzone Chair man 
of the bored TIMEX ORANGE 
UnbehageN FAC 53 NEW OR- 
DER The modern atrocity exhibi- 
tion 






M. Allyson Cook 

True happiness 
Consists not in the 
Multitude of friends. 
But in the worth 
And choice. 

B. Jonson 
gd Ick kip my bst st bddy 



Gerard Cosloy 

"Don't Give in Don't Give up — 
Learn How" — Mission of Burma. 
PARADISE — IF YOU CAN 
EARN IT! "ever wish that the hu- 
man race didn't exist? then realize 
that you're one loo?" — Flipper. 4 
years of pain 





George T. Cotton 

Whoopee! Thais not my name but I 
Love Asparagus! AP JB JC IW JM 
KT JW Jen- Youre ramblin shop 
track hurdles I cant Feel a thing! Is 
that my van or yours? Just a split 
second buster! did he get us kicked 
out again? eepookw 



Chip Craven 

When I fly away without you 
Shadow the things you know 
Feathers fall around you 
And show you the way to go 
It's over, it's over 

— Neil Young 




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Cheri Lynne Daine Curbb 



Rosemary Crowley 



Stephen J. Curtin 



Elizabeth Barker Daugherty 



I WANT TO SAY GOOD BYE 
WHS ANDTHANKTO MOM & 
MOE AND MY FIANCEE FOR 
HELPING ME WITH MY SON 
CHRISTOPHER AND METCO 
STAFF. GOOD LUCK MPTPKC 
TM BM DH AF DS SP SW PS I 
LOVE YOU HUGH 



"don't hang on 'cause n thng lasts 
forever" kns am ea pt mmm . . . rio 
tasurlehmaokh bh & bnys gdtms 
mch pmlkr the sr frenz??? lizmo 

romo box, pg mmlokr 

"slurphys" stikrs is it cool? iuv & 
thnx m & d bile! i won't toni payne? 



#22/7 Baseball DCLER 81 82 
Coach Ho/Football 81 82 OK 
Babes Sweeprt Fell On Hard Times 
After the games Wambie Dev Mike 
Gator Salt n pepper Thas Jus Gleat 
MPimmitati on sin Commons 
TULL WEEKENDSW MZ WAlk 
On Slowly Dont Look Behind You 



When I was younger. I could re- 
member anything, whether it was 
real or not. 

— Mark Twain 
"Shut up", he explained. — as al- 
ways, without speaking there is only 
knowing. 







Kristen De Simone 



Michael John Devlin 



Katharine A. Dewey 



Bernard A. Dibenedetto 



RMOIR mc PDE SIMONE DOES 
IT ALONE LMA — YOUR 
GREAT GITSTUBNILALROD 
DOC DEBB A WHOSE THE 
BAG? COOBS^ MOCHY CHAG 
SEG MISHbunsSPACENENITS 
THAT TIME AGAIN IN NUKE 
SHE YROB ME PLEASE? 
THANX M&D I LUV YA YOU 
TO DOG CAN GRO KF & PBI- 
MADE IT? 



FOOTBALL # 79 * 85 THANX 
COACHS GOOD LUCK NEXT 
YEAR KILL WESTON Good 
times with good friend KH MG CW 
JW MO HK SC SC MF PB TG DH 
— BW PEPS GYM GIBBON 
MAN PLY STATE(SITH) CAPE 
BOUND CHARLIE DNHFROS 
THE AVES THANX MDM & D 
45862 LATER 



Sexy Clams! OC — ee pooh W! DT 
VV CG baby hub cap YUM! aspara 
gus & '/2 cccc & milk (contest) hd 
bridge! Rabbit Ar-y — behind a 
mailbox? Mud moose Yen & Bubus 
— thxu dudes the doggies — cmpn? 
Theres A Bath Room On The Right 
ok-bye 



LAXEMOC I'LL MAKE HON- 
OR ROLL NEXT QUARTER D 
& D THE MOOSE IS LOOSE 
ATWSH KILL THE WHITE 
PEOPLE TOWN MEETINGS = 
BUCKS ANYWHERE BUT 
HERE 4$ MELLOW CHANGE c 
DIRTY LAUNDRY GOOD 
LUCK CLASS OF 83 I'LL SEE 
YOU AT THE FINISH LINE 
THANKS M&D 




Corinne Sheila Dooley 

"64 VETTE — SOMEDAY SOON 
Ik Skiing — Ezl HORGO #7 Trum 
UK Ptys — Horse DOOD PTYS! 
BTalls AP BD + MAG ! AS! BHs 
+ DEB 



Lorraine J. Doran 

Nights in white satin 7/18/81 Taz 
+ Oni — I Love You Craig — 
Smugglers. F.U. Fi. Aznugs. SL'. 
Track WACDJ Silly Howdy mouse 
DubMcDsTBNH MG.ThanxS & 
N — Always Gr 8 H 2 U + myC — 
Grr . . . Thanx M & D & Fam Luv 
ya lots!! 





Julie Duffield 

WE MADE IT GUYS, CON- 
GRADS! SUMMER SW/LK 
CAPEWEMO/S FFSSIWRTGT 
LFNBLRRRKK AND ALL THE 
•GUYS' HAVE FUN BE 
GOOD(?) LF MEM! MBW/US 
ALL STAY IN TOUCH EVER 
YONE! HEY, WHAT IS THE 
THING 'I THANX M + DGOOD 
LUCK MICHAEL 



Eric David Eberie 




Christopher Michael Eagan 



Varsity Soccer Good Times at the 
Cape w TB KC JS MB FLORIDA 
81 w/ Barnyard, Thanx Skiing 
Chucks wasn't Going 84, Frost 
Heeves Party P + CWKND, Found 
The QWTRS Yet Bunnell Best of 
Luck AK TB JS KC KD LS MB 
DR DS JH CK SO LONG 




Nancy Elliot 



Peter Crowley Falvey 



David John Fardv 



Grounded? Again? Outing Club #1 
MD"s w/ SA, JW, JC, JB. BS, PS, 
& PA i/4"s & beer (Boy Howdy). 
Take off U Hoser. Moose faced Y 
don't u puke in the car John? Van 
Halen & Rush Yank Outo Inc. Doo 
— rags rule DG. & Jet Ski. Happy 
trails to U "VH" 



FOOTBALL #73 BUSINESS 
CLUB KILL WESTON! HILL 
NIGHT I Laugh at You Beano 
THE WHO THE DOORS The J. 
Geils Band The Police The Charlie 
Daniels Band Its been a great 4 yrs 
WF 



I LOVE YOU KRISTEN. It some- 
thing In The Way She Moves Thats 
My Be be SOUTHERN COM- 
FERT and Wednesday isnt just 
Spaghetti Day anymore its hump- 
day. Make It Hurt So Good Good 
Friends. Gary Joe R Paul D Queef 
Guido Fuzz Bubba. DF & KM 





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Wendi Wilson Farrar 



Leah M. Fay 



Jodi-Ann Marie Fisher 



John David Flagg 



LIV fr Fut LUV the Pres LRN frm 
Past 111 679 KKN dxaa KMDB Bu- 
tits CC!? Nauset His 17 Suw/KF 
Feb Vac w/JS Nash Vail w/Clam 
Ski Stones Pond Prm Wknds Blue 
Sky Gil Isle Mac RH "SlIH" H 
Jregre sng Ome ga Man DSS TC 
thx Fam Fri "CHANGES" D Bow- 
ie JE 




Kelly Ann Flynn 



MY MOOIALYKM 2 Gd 2 Say 
GRT Mems w/ AR, P & MTKe 
AWlk? Rozy 10 faKnd . . . KIKl 
SHELLY Grt Tmz W/ The 40f Us. 
RS. Ton-Ton (ARY) CC. Winie 
Regressing? ERNL To The E's I 
MADE IT! (L.Y.) AIMH, SPACE 
CADET . . . PNK-FLD GOOD 
LUCK! LY — MOM & DAD 



LAY steppin out gtgf RR KK NG 
LR KH and the GANG EX AN 
ON summer 82 TAB W GMGR — 
Nance "butties" Cherrin MEOXM 
ZOOM 25c FTC 5 HFDD cute 'I 
pigpile JD gt (a M.O./CC Karen C 
SH losientonohabloi spanol CD hs. 
Thx MDN gl D + C thats all she 
wrote. 




Lars Fossum 



The Crew The Parties Corkers ILY 
Billy my 73 Mustangs ILNY Amy: 
TB FA GC EH wild Capetimes 
"One Night" Leg Zep 83 Hill Nile 
Thanks Mom and Dad I love and 
miss CJF Every Cops A Criminal 
And All The Sinners Saints LAT- 
ER 




Andrew Louis Gitkind 



HM GC . . YB Y.\SS GD — 
CSN — JT — LONG NIGHT AT 
Yabos PROM WEEKEND Hey 
Stub Ws & Coke Is it — You! can 
never go home (GV) best Fof luk JS 
KD RR PL — DEB — BW CK 
DSY & Hapy Pol: Bomb . . . What 
Bomb B LIVE & LET LIVE 
ILY Mom Dad MN 



Wrestling "Make Em Quit" G- 
Carts S-RIVER froshball 73 Mon- 
lego OIL 72 CuTLASS LiVeS 
ThanX MandD Heartland THE pit. 
B.U. Bound ? Hank Jr. THE MaN 
C karen N.sO me one sPecial 
slwayS Good Times wiTH MM. 
BA, PA, NB, GM 




Elizabeth Lauren Goldberg 



Weve Walked Both Sides Of Evry 
St Thru All Kinds Of Weather But 
That Never Meant Defeat As Long 
As We walked 2 gether So Theres 
No Need 2 Turn Back Cause All 
Rds Lead 2 Where 1st And I believe 
I walked Them All No Mater What 
1 May Have Pland 



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Michelle A. Goldberg 

There arc places I will remember all 
my life, though some have changed 
some forever, not for belter, some 
have gone & some will remain. 
THANKS: GF. JZ. SC. NH. RR. 
JY AB. GBS. ATW. FRIENDS 
ARE 4-EVER! 



Lori K. Gols 

FM LP DH II OL YES Trip SC 
NA Generation Lost In Space + W 
Bill K Scorp Jenny VMC JAB Hen 
May 7 Dust In The Wind 
DYWMLGVNHRI Arb Jam In 
The Sly You Can See The Stars But 
Still Not See The Light Sis David H 
Love U Eddy 17 JE Thanx Mom 
Dad MB SS 10 MW 




Michael N. Gould 

70 olds conv. Europe 8 1 Cal. 80 HS 
DDAS rflry halfway around the 
world Louisville May 1. 83 Ken- 
tucky Derby DP JS RV GR CD GT 
TH t/A 83 Wknds at UMass!! see 
yah later R G sailing math with CH 
+ IJ wrk z yrs Thanx M & D 



Daniel L. Greenblatt 

One Man Gathers What Another 
Man Spills Steve Craig Yibi Jon 
Haydes Party at Mic's — again — 
Mexicans and Chinaman CM — 
Got 10 bucks'? Track — 4yrs Red 
Bug Lively Up Yourself Thanks 
Mom and Dad 





David Matthew Gordon 

Mom, Dad. CMBLJ. AS & R. LF. 
NANNY Love you all! Lots of help 
C from Daddy, lots of love MH from 
Mommy. JET SKL Hawaii AR 
California, Friends: John, SI Carlo. 
Eric, #1 coach steve. S LOVE 
YOUR DINNERS BON! Tory T 




Pamela J. Greiff 

Key Down Jr Shine On You Crazy 
Schwalmy Thanx 4 DB Day Lamy 
— Baby Co W + Rosey Im on the 
hunt California a Crusin Lizzy 
PINHEAD Summer of 80 be stoft 
times 4 wheel Feather B rain GIVE 
ME MY GIN + IM GONE 
ROITS AS BOXED + John wish 
vou were here! 




Michelle L. Gordon 

Fid Hky 2y Nashoba Pony MHz 
PARTY MILJTs 81 Pond JF cC 
Prom WKD RS. LM. RM. "Lamy" 
HzN Year 8 1 KW Van cCs 82. DM 
— GL — Kar? Tmz w/ KF, TL. JT 
BUFFS KEEL IT S ALL IN THE 
PAST: I LU Mom & Dad margs 
LATA 



^31 



Rose Anne Grier 

My years here at Wayland High 
have truely been wonderful. I would 
like to thank the staff, and my par- 
ents for helping me. BYE Class of 
"83. VM. MG. MG. good Luck class 
of 85 Hope you make it Sweet "C" 





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Roman Francisco 
Gumatay II 

WHS Tennis #1 Newton South 
Bites! Great Job Mr. Greenawalt 
No more Srg. Parneli Tatoo "'Head 
For The Mountains" KASHMIR 
LONG LIVE ROCK "74 Mahbu 
Coors Mich What Man What Do 
You Mean? Led Zep — Doors 
LATER JACKSON. 




David A. Harmon 

Laura Redly Dan Dogs Bill SD 
Hilly B BALL MRPC alcdray? 
DIP Yorve Gotto lose a few till the 
Slakes get high then be on the right 
you jus blwo by / convoy STANG 68 
Curts mansyn drome Coach Ho 25c 
JB Nite Deuece Micrun Jr Prom 
floor? THX M & D 




Thomas E. Hagar 

Great times at Bains Don. etc You 
never know how far you've been "till 
you back and see Always give it your 
best shot Everyone loves a comic. I'll 
miss the best class ever WHS '83 
LS/NNI02MC (77) RHM + D 
#3616 




James Whitfield Harris 

Good Times w/good friends, Dave. 
Chuck. Gil. Wendy. Kelly. T.B. Bill 
W. Eags G.D. Sep 18. 82 J.G. Band 
Nov 14 '82 Great Shows Ski Trip- 
ping. Great Jams w/J. Claussen, 
Drumming is fun Summers & Win- 
ters in N.H. Than.x Ma & Pa 




Thomas F. Hall 

I LAD IS OVR THEWINOW?? 
Soccer 79-83!! Frendys Bummer 
"What" Hey DSWN To PATY Fri 
nite How Much Do Yu Have? 
Thanx Mr SNOW! J JIM Srry 
-BUBBA" TAKE IT easy DH 
THE tis what "lyn" I Luv You Im- 
patient Nervous LM Prom malibu 
THANX MA nd D 




Diana Joanne Marmy 
Harrison 

ITS BEEN 4 YYEARS? 1 FOR- 
GOT! THANKS to EVERYONE; 
Snef. Chris Meeze KP JK KJ 2 KH 
RMBR old FISH ahoy BUH chrldg 
— PROM ' wstngry THE CAPE — 
SP MH — DAVID — DW mc 
CHIP LAUGH UNTIL YOU 
CRY! goodbye McDs ILY MOM 
DAD DEN DAV KATHY & LJ 




Michael Joseph Matthew 
Hanlon 

wrestling all the way stales nation- 
als iowap of p good times* "we mad 
em quit "thanx coach for an exper- 
ience unforgetable * spec thanx m 
& d For All The Encouragement 
year long sga lives kev bil reer sr wil 
pu pn\ trp emwocbmh d gd tm Is 




John Gilbert Hayden 

Damn it. Chip. 

Flush the Sink! 
As far as I can tell, 
we are approximately 

75. 587. 166. 702. 474. 602. 225 
Away 



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Daniel P. Hayes 



Karen Jane Hayward 



Andrew Jordan Heller 



James Dusian Henderson 



going mobile! thanks dcjhjj.jm, hs 
73 mustang moison w dc um as 
sweekedn chicken fights began it all 
cape cruis ew/ jj, jc, dt ramble on 
"only 1 7" ymca dc 1 1 / 1 /82 spring 
84 — cant wait ill be there briggs 
love you denise forever 



OS come back hey John John whats 
up? at sb ht jb jp bs looper khd hit 
was fun missy a je thanx mrmoyeri 
twas a success whsvih thanx mr & 
mrs e prom weekend may 14 82 
thanks mom joe jill steve brian luv 
ya keep in touch amy i will miss ya 
alot! 



Just call me "Crash" not again! 
Whats up DF okase 
JMcGhcsqNSCO GOLL Drama 
Hey Y Ams Photo by JWA Do you 
have your car? Sure! Dons 
JSHRSBK? I msrythrsbnaacidnt 
— TinvlvngyrcatOGOF see ya on 
the RD 



TO REMEMBER School For 
Wives E (Bermuda) Pirates (Maj 
Gen) LN Thanx Big C (BASSES 
are GODS) FIJMT — MsGagne 18 
I LUV TRIG ds lOFO The High 
Schooler No 1 Bryon Mrey people 
— Karen Alty Branchaud!! em SH 
sq MA jt JS — je Vous aime 83 







Darryl Hilliard 



Stephen John Hoenig 



Karen Elizabeth Horrigan 



Dana Calvin Houghton 



b-ball 3 yrs f-ball 1 yr best state 
champs thanx jl jp me tc ok ep ne rs 
ri er si ly jh great mems w/rd rb bk 
mh cw md ny ew jh pw ao he wt be 
ca so he eba with the boy statters & 
wd 05 mts wj hb ea yh bf gg Im an dl 
than xm & d waiter ily g 



Fear The Force Of The Wind Yet 
Walk Like Man — EYEBROW 
Forever Super Cox Super 8 Dancin 
+ Doin It Nothing Is Too Hard Or 
Too Much FAMILY Windy Night 
At LK George 7 Yrs Old Thank 
You Everyone Who Made ME me * 
We Be Biking California To Mass! 



BUH Good Times with Good 
Friends Losientonohabloespan- 
olOCCTS old FISH ahoy C 
SHLEA summer "82 Dood Parties! 
MEXICAN 25c ZOOM! Gymnas- 
tics (LGKBJLTBAUNSANN) FB 
Cheering GLFK & K Thanx M&D 
. BYE WAYLAND HIGH . . . 



bike trips thanks dawn kgm moose 
chuck concerts dale macdougall's 
nh russells ed the Carlson's david 
soccer torino parties mega — wimp 
mb sam gravy pespkhj fishing skip 
burke"s lars dad & mom 83 










Stephanie Houtzeel 



Christine Marie Hyiand 



Eva Laurel Isaccson 



Barbara Ives 



How You Gonna keep "Em Down on 
the Farm After They've Seen 
Paree? 

— Lewis and Young 




x1 

John E. Jacobsen 

Cape Bound I 1 THE WHOLE 
WAY 5 AMW heres the sun Jhneey 
+ Maayou losers Dan bone HELP! 
I Love you Deb Nov 18 Always the 
big day PM Get the wedding dress 
Im not kidding Fuzz Joe R Joe N 
Shane Mike K Mike Ken + John 
Be Wise + Stay Alive Jerip 



THANK YOU MOM AND DAD 
GOOD LUCK JH AH AH CON- 
QUER NEXT YEARS LACROSS 
AND HOCKEY HAPPINESS TO 
N.A.J.D.K.K.A.M.S.J.V.C.K.P. 
MARY AND SUE ALL YOUR 
DREAMS WILL COME TRUE 
THANX STARS AND GOLD 




Kim Adams Jazowski 

Thks. Mum, Dad. Fran, Fred, 
Donny, Luepy, Pinky, Pge, Kak & 
Al — TO LIVE YOUR LIFE 
YOUR OWN WAY ... TO 
REACH FOR THE GOALS YOU 
HAVE TO SET FOR YOUR- 
SELF. TO BE THE YOU THAT 
YOU WANT TO BE . . . THAT IS 
SUCCESS 



On No Voit Bien Qu'avec Le Coeur. 
L"s senliel Est Invisible Aux Yeux. 
C'est Le Temps Que Tu As Per du 
Pour Ta Rose Qui Fait Ta Rose Si 
importante. Le Plus Grand chose 
Au Monde, C'est De Savoir AE tre 
A Soi. Thx 4 The Best 2 Yrs Of My 
Life 





Jennifer Lynn Johnsen 

I Luv U Ken 4 ever! — Summer of 
81 Camping W/ LNTBKHKK 
LED ZEP BADCO All Of My Love 
To You Ed Lenmin M.AINE — 
Ram Isle Trip at Lisas Party 69 
Plain Thanx Ken ALL 6 Once more 
Miss Ya Bonia Gram M & D Mrs K 
& P — Outta Here Time 



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I I 




Keri Lundell Johnson 



Long you live. High you fly Smile 
you give. Tear you cry. All you 
touch and all you see is all your life 
will ever be. Pink Floyd. THANX 
W HS 4 EVRYTHG PGPPLSKIB- 
NEA RCILUKPDHSKCC 
THANX 4 GD XS THANX M & 
D BYE 




Jacqueline A. Kauffman 




Jonathan Samuel Kane 



FA! Captain, 1 am. Oh, meeting 
when? Thanx for the ride CriagI 
Prom 82 good time eh? Go Karting 
BR! Nice house JTAB try going the 
right way. Fll drive. Soccer 4 yrs, 
surprised? Sorry loo busy G times 
ABJKTP and all Thanx IVIom and 
Dad 




Charles Edward Keefe 




Karin Lee Kassabain 



T4FCKoda Gts W/Gfs — 
RRLRNBLFKH Beg + The Guys 
STEPPIN OUT Mex QN 25c 
RBR — MBFFbuttiesOBM Fla + 
NH (MOTce) craig MF TL SM 
WSop SPORT LAX Cheer VPWF 
— NVFRYRismp + ski trips IB 
Thx 4 All !V1 + DJA 143 Last 
■'We've Only Just Begun" 




Hugh B. Kelleigh 




Stefani Jill Katz 



"Laugh, and the world laughs with 
you, weep and you weep alone" H. 
Cheerleading — joke! Laugh until 
you cry! (a Snef? BYO* The Cape 
Nab-it! Posh BLH! Good Friends 
are 4ever Good Luck Dan & Thanx 
M&D 




Mary Regina Kennedy 



cheerleading year book couldnt 
have made it with out you all amys 
uc cc jkd & bp jm tp prom big dave 
cs wa bd pm kk wht thans mom dad 
misha bu & soufflealso thanx class 
of 83 for making me feel at home & 
teaching me cnglish so fast good 
luck! 



Soccer #11 Ankle Summers in 
NHZ & RMrse & DM gang Water 
Skiing trix — Disc SCN J6 What 
along strange trip its been Great 
times w/Seke & Jim AGWFCLC- 
CaKBWMZD Pres Club Trip sal 
NH GD Ski Trips Thanx !V1&D 



it's all a game, if you crash you just 
put in another quarter, but mom the 
gu_\ just wouldn't leave me alone! 
bad knees let ski ckit nh cape, a spe- 
cial thanks to my friends and the 
best of life, love and happiness to 
them . . . 



Lacrosse Field Hockey mouth 
guards gag! friends S!VI CH iW 
cra/y driver Cof FMFG Jon Hey 
Salami P + J my time shower 6:00 
— miss ya roomie — Luv ya Dad 
Mom Peg Paul Jim Cat — Big M 
Don't Let The Turke\s Gel You 
Down 





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Andrew Todd Kevy 

1 had a really intense blurb: full of 
suspence. intrigue, drama, and a 
cast of thousands . . . but I left it at 
home. 




Koko Kobayashi 

How'z it. my friends in HAWAII, 
WAYLAND and Japan. It has 
been 2 years since I moved here 
from HAW.MI. I really enjoyed it 
here and Thank you very much to 
my friends and teachers. 





Jon H. Koenig 

"Individuality is the salt of common 
life. You may have to live in a 
crowd, but you do not have to live 
like it, nor subsist on its food." — 
Henry Van Dyke / Cadmus 
GOPVW Bug APSparrows Guano 
Italia 




Finally Thanks to Newmark Hock- 
ey was the Best Carl was Trouble 
Mike K. Joe N. David F. Pam &' 
Mary M. Diane M. John K. Dan 
Good Luck Jim Gizaniga Pete You 
Queer I like Chickens THE 
WHOLE ZEP THANS DAD See 
Za 







Jill Jocelyn Leathern 



Karen Suzanne Leiter 



Christopher G. Leith 



Christopher Carl Leupold 



Jeff 8 MF! Skiing Feb Vacation — 
w Dede + Zanny — Hey Lee Lee 

— BATS! Sercise Maine! Dood 
Parties OMA Brum — Twinkle — 
82 ski trip stair talks — Ziggy WH ? 
LMDIEGood Luck MB EB LPTZ 

— WMYJE Good Times With 
GREAT Friends! Thx Mr C — M 
& D LATER 



It is only with the heart that one can No damn cat, 

see rightly: what is essential is invisi- and 

ble to the eye. No damn cradle. 

Saint Exupery 



He who Laughs Will Last Forever. 
Remember The Proms. Cape Cod, 
Cranes, and Friendly's. New Years 
Eve With J,C, + B. Thanks to all 
who Make Me Smile. Bve Don't. 



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Tanya Ann Lombard 



Glenn R. MacDonald 



Bonnie J. MacGillivray 



Katherine Ann Maddock 



Hi! Finally! The Dunes/ — WALL 
CAPE COD.' & THE PROM! P- 
Town CALIFORNIA, LAS VE- 
GAS. NM & HOME MLSTANG- 
/PINTO/Little red Trek The 
Fog/KFC/JL & DS/Fram. The 
Gd Old Da\s/Burger King' Color 
Grd HOCKEY/FOOTBALL? 
THANX MA & MOM 




HOCKEY, sls^ Do it for the Guip, 
or J.L. Baseball. THE KNEE. 
PULL OVER! watch that tree R.G 
get up fig. g-carts wet. Bngo! 500 
BIGONES VH geils Good Times 
M.W. J.F B.A. D.N. S.M. THNX 
M AND D. 





and the painted ponies group and 
down. O Club — runs ki XC — 
siepp in out moon dance stray cats 
strutthn xK + Jail the rest! EEP- 
POHW! B Bell (thals not my 
name!) tennis EV what along 
strange trip its een *\\ E BE Bl- 
KIN! CALIFORNIA — BOSTON 




Diane Marie Maillet 



Michael John .Maillet 



Stephen Malieswski 



Mary Manikas 



great limes w/mg Im pm mm tj jj In 
as summer sing loucesier 938 1 — 52 
282 prom jal ilua&f unvrfrgtyrlstl 
as — cptcv man good times bad 
limes jee mlvya! mg — wtlhfck? 
whs n twsit? jrny & vh! bad co the 
twtsors qts! Im — hmph! thnx m & d 
later 



ILY LAR 4 EVER GTWPAJF n 
TG WRESTLING PROM WE — 
S stiat MO 72 CLTLASS — hell n 
back — 4 ai 6m! sws = 69 F-BIRD 
51 - ENRNTY!!!! 180 dn CHRd 
CARLSONS CANADA JASON n 
GINNY BBw/PA fdndie! 
DDw/Dve Aprct Bry TNX Mn 
DGLD 




Good luck to all my friends see ya al 
the THIRD Sun From The Uni- 
verse ILY SUE hell o my friend so 
happy to see you again been all by 
myself just couldnt make it alone 
JIMI HENDRIZ Irem Mike John 
Edfe Pond Parties Hoi Summer 
Nights ILY M & D 



twins' DM MG RC KF KR AS -I- 
CM whts tht bzzn gnz'' FLFFY 
missy ou EMJE it hurls to say good- 
bye best of limes with TL love ya 
CAPE COD JJ + kh "the crew" 9- 
1-82 1 1-18-82 unvr frg tur frst van 
halen parlies anew road is wailing 
thanks m & d LATER 





134 






Pamela Manikas 

twins? bad co jrny vh yes whole lot 
tal ove kevin 7/10/82 un vr frgt yr 
St! summer 81 em je missy aa sc cm 
wh ts ih tb zn gn se'^ kf rc mg ca pe 
CO dj jk hd mice cubesi bb the crewy 
our time is gonna come your move u 
r wasted! flfv thanks m & d later 



Jonathan Todd Mann 
TRACK 

C OFF W/MRK — MG 
IW VGB GTC 




Jennifer Ann Manning 

Track X country Outing Club JEN - 
PETER 3/13/81 Wsthtrghf? Prm 
\Vd The Cape & The Fat Lady In 
The Lake WHOOPEE CCCookies 
HDBrdg DOTT\' Hey Marco. Just 
A Split Second BUSTER! UNOS 
Hey BBT jP.VizP.V, Dough Wads! 
Thnx M & D Jen KT Moose 






Deborah Marie A. Matyi 

Sum 82 — CCod — Den & Fal 
w/SD Cruis in (on foot) DS in 
Hyans B & T Macs Brads C"s bike I 
hr. Gardn shop red honda E & S? T 
62 SdB hee lengy HLat 3 Bee C & 
M Litcheer Ear wig Hi BBCL 
ASH/CARS 143 EE Thanx M & 
D, Ms M., Mr S . M & M. Lisa M I 
Miss U Gram 







Susan Mauger 



Annette Mavnard 



Kristen Anne McCammon 



Kelly Patrice McCarthy 



Fh LAX CCYBDR — Never satis- 
fied — right KF';' 60 fus together — 
NEVER need 20 more hours a day 2 
do it all Thanx 4 being there MC 
nota YOYIW RUN 4 ever JM 
STATE of IN i ILUMDMD "I 
have promises to keep & miles to go 
before I sleep" 



1 MOUTTA HERE gdtms Belvi- 
tornt Friends 4 ever? TY- 
MEYAGF! Prom Was Ex. I LUV 
YA DAVID! Oh Baby GB RUIN 
YOUR NITIE! Blue Skies Gap 
JDE. AGKNTBFILYF. Im as free 
as a bird now & my freamsi canot 
change. 1 / 1 /82 Thanx M & D. P & 
L! 



Its CC Gill Isle & Unforgets Queer- 
stin Desimone Does It Along Wen- 
dilinie & Tinies ,\mes & Fugly 
What A Long Strange Trip Its 
Been! LGTM Pugh Fzl 
RMRMHWNDS My Best Ms Fitz 
LuvTo Es I Use To Belive L nitl The 
Unbelievable Happened JEFH 



135 







John Stewart McCaulcv 



Karen Christine McCracken 



Stephen Bruce McFarlane 



Meredith Ann McKay 



THANKS TO ALL MY 
FRIENDS AND TEACHERS 
WHATS LP DOC^ A SPECIAL 
THANKS TO MY MOM I LOVE 
YOU KIM! 



Thanks to all my friends *BC *JDH 
*SF *LC *JT 'DA *BM nVM 
*EM *RJ *SB*RL *andTH paper 
for my slate of mental health No 
I'm not coming ungiuedl Have fun 
& keep singing The birds are free & 
the song is not over yet! 



21 dadadada etc Rimmer Bud Tails 
Mr Tisin Town Lets go to Chinkys 
Starling 5 + 4 Lake George Soccer 
Hoop Track Good Luck Thanx To 
Dan Jimi Lev CACM Hades Jon 
Woody Rey Bee Vicki Sos Wendi 
Omega Man M + D etc Class 83 
Pres Club Reunion 



If I Could Make It Through This I 
Can Make it Through AnyThing 
Good Times Bad Times John I Love 
You So Much Go For It JR Youll 
Be A Great Rocker Some Day Soon 
On To New And Open Roads 
Ahead But Which Road To Take? 
Never Forget JLJMKMSSBS. 







Stephanie J. McKown 



Elizabeth Ann McNiel 



James R. Mikulski 



Vicky J. Mogan 



photographs & memories f hanmis 
lax nb — tik awy . . . "i"m not sure" 
nodoz rob — fun & games ily fmly 
yoyo sglf ski trps mdi sailing kl a thx 
mccy. ms m & sg "cmtees" spr cx i 
am not afraid of tomorrow, for i 
have seen yesterday & i love today 



4 « 



I REFUSE TO REDUCE ALL 
MY PROFOUND THOUGHTS 
INTO ABREVIATIONS SO 
AFTER FOUR YEARS. I LEAVE 
WAYLAND HIGH WITH ONE 
THOUGHT. WHY DO THEY 
CALL THIS A BLURB' 





LACROSSE CHEERLEADING 
MADS 5TH PARTIES AT 
STEVES. VOLLEYBALL JETS 
KING WITH DAVID WEEK 
END FIRENDS NEW 
HAMPSHRE CAMPING PAR 
TYING IN THE CHUCK WAG 
ON LSRGMF FOOTBALI 
WITH THE GL YS SMDGB \J( 




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WW 




Donald James Mordecai 

And uhere to now WH Sers ? Re- 
member . . . Don't look back, some- 
thing might begaining on you. Are 
you sure we can print that'^ Ski 
Team Practice' Thanks MD + AC 
you're great! Mic. FRIEND SATB. 
Almost history. S: Feel tfotw.ywia- 
MAN! 



Sir William L. Mosley 

S.G.A. all the way, — Later 
K.C.B.C.M.H.R.R.R.E. and Ka- 
boom. — Truly yours L.M. — by 
S.G..S.P.,L.G.. D A . M + E.S.M. 
.AND Paul Oh and Kym my sis. 
Tata C.S.S.H. 




M. Craig Morrissey 

Vote for me .AF/Hoop — Stones — 
SicknessI ( JP + SF) omgia ACE — 
18 Everyday * SPAREME * (Can- 
celled CD) CB (a Mies BT's in 
cans — 69 144 Where's Hadze ? J H 
- YIB — DC — Got SIO What A 
Long Strange Trip its Been/Thx 
All/ We'll See ya! 




Barbara Ann Mulvaney 

Thanks you guys. I've seen the light! 
Pres Club 83 join or die. Win. 
weeks. Bermuda, no more Tech. 
Dir. Contest. P. Club Gala — be 
there! Hey, Good Luck and be cool 
It's all worth it in The End 





Julia Morion 

Tiger, Tiger, burning bright In the 
forests of the night. What immortal 
hand or eye Could frame the.\ fear- 
ful gymmetry'.' William Blake 
A.P.U.S.H. 82. Italia. Thanks Mr. 
M. Mrs. A. Mr. S. for cversihing. 
So Long 




Uavid K. Nelson 

NOW COMES MILLER TIME 
AIR FORCE. VAN HALEN Rhod 
Island You Bet Aug 82 OH MY 
CAR HEY DAD WE HAVE A 
PROBLEM WHERE HAVE ALL 
THE GOOD TIMES GONE 
JEANA HEY TIM LISTEN FOR 
ALL YOU HAVE DON Thanks 
Mom & Dad and Friends 




Susan M. Niison 

PP Where's that.' Summer "82 
HD's again' ff DF Good Times' 
Swim ~ NOSPRNTS! music Hey 
A. the BB Mustang'-.' MORE 
PROBS — AGAIN? try .S ways 
NAP NIGHT * GBMCBTCHS! 
more DE's! * STW * GTWT?! * 
TBTDVFAMSS JW GOOD 
FRIENDS! Thanks M & D 



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Lisa Ccrad \ordberg 

I am not afraid of tomorrow for I 
have seen yesterday & I love today. 
Mike, 9/1/81 — I LYA Cousin 
Bones, Trace, Jen, Lizzy, Zan — 
BOFF Seagull — Bad Co — Sun- 
sets in Main Thanx MA & Pa Good 
Luck To All Live Your Dreams 




Michael Anthony 
Orlandella 

He) Wambi WTF wheres Dutch & 
Gags Wrestling Capt 82 — were On 
A Roll Thx Mover Sly & DrZ Heres 
To Good Friends MD HK DH MF 
SC Ted do Who Loves Ya Baby NF 
PW WK Ml TW TB — You Know 
it Duck Hunting Hyannis Thx 
Mom & Dad Later D&P !m Ota 




John M. Norwood 

G.C. smashups + races W/MS + 
TA V Golf DCLC Hamps! Ski 
Team WK. at O kemo — Concerts 
Parties George Carlin Italy 82" Ven- 
ice Florence Rome Capri Thanx 
Mr. Smith -I- Mr. Allshuler -I- oth- 
ers Good Luck Paco S.S.M.H. * 
Chow * WHS Its Over!! 




Ted Parks 

Trials and Tribulations. LAX.EM- 
WOC. Walking on the moon. 72 
VW, Pres. Club. On the rebound! 
BP. DP. JK. HE NN.ST. P GIRL. 
18 Years BP. Go Forit *WP* Four 
interestin years! Thanks M & D 
*ITK* 




Jon Dangel Nottonson 

jon — not — ton — son: nick mo ny 
way cape boozcruz w/ nick class of 
82 eyebrow forever hear concerts pi- 
rates oddones Idmwec! w/homa pel- 
ham crew 33 rhps w/ph varsity Isl 
drive me slang yak the new kid 
pepscnapp sw/rs knees molicens? 



Jennifer Jane Sara Oprie 

JENS- Whoppee!* Track and HD 
Bridge Pupsand Clams Outing Club 
KT and the milk * JUST A SPLIT 
SECOND BLSTER!* I THINK I 
CAN 

1 THINK 1 CAN 
I KNOW I CAN 1 KNOW I CAN 
— the little train 




Antonia Maria Payne 

Thannks to my mom, family and 
friends this is it. good luck Cheri 
Mia Kevin Darryl Dell Allyson DS 
JS SW PS FS JW Class of 85! 86 
Dont forget me Ro Crowley Mr. 
Fernandez M.E.T.C.O Love Ya 
Trov DeVoe 



Mia D. Perry 

W H S. The Time has come for me 
to leave. It has been an experience 
that I won't forget. Best to PS CC 
TPKP SW DH AF DS TS RM. 
Don't forget me! Thanks to mom, 
Mr. F-l- Mr. H Iv'e did it. 83' IS#1 




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Nancy I. Peters 



Kelly Patrice Pitts 



Kenneth George Place 



Dana Powell 



All in due time: love will emerge 
from hate. And the due deference of 
truth from lies. If not quiet all things 
come to those who wait They will 
not need them: In due time one dies. 
J.V. Cunningham CIAO MEIN 



thanks everyone — sn ep ke ri di cc 
ms sb ss kb kh jb jk cd — its been 
good — pennies — big glilO — get 
psyched guys — fun with f + d — fr 
jn ds mw gm js ps — f + g — mem- 
ber slanta? panda bear? hrs girls! 
thanks to everyone here + ar! thanx 
mom dad + rob 



Who is it now J? Not another one B. 
Yea, Erk. 1 guess it is great. Let's go 
out and walk around; got any c? 
This song is over. 







Luule-Drita Protopapa 



Bekim Alexander Protopapa 



Alison Fifield Randall 



William Daniel Rieders 



A glass of lemonade travels across 
this world like thee ye of the Cyclops, 
if a child doesn't drink the lemon- 
ade, Ulysses will. 1 si there dream- 
ing long thoughts of California. 1 
think ril get up and dance around 
the room HERE 1 GO! 



SOCCER #5 It's My Life And I 
Will Do What I Want *ITK* GF & 
T, GL: EB AB !MD KD KG FR 
OE MER — JHJ KD MT PD PN 
PA RCS — REX — Yellow? — 
Todd Chump? — WMB — "In !Vly 
Friends, I Find A Second Self 
• PROCRASTINATION IS AN 
ART — ILY D & M & D 



Above the winds 
I hear him cry: 
"Is this the way to 
Round-thc-World''" 
He calls as he goes by. 

"THE THIRD CHAIR " A.A- 
.MILNE 



CLIFF 82" W HY RACE TODAY 
WHEN YOU CAN HAVE FUN? 
ABOUT THOSE PRINTS LETS 
BLOW THIS CLAM BAKE 
WINDSURFER DROPPING IN 
THE MACHINE ROTPBJSMC 
ROSCO BBR, ERW THANKS 
MOM & DAD 



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Lynn Anne Rier 

ily mjm 4 ever! gt wg fr rk kl fj dk hb 
ff: nab t4fc prom w — end amogl! 
goda — fla & nh — cheering — 5 1 
— elrnty! yo dappy — jason & gin- 
ny Carlsons — 25c & mex — you 
guys!? good luck everyone! kit — gl 
jaw & mf — ihnx 4 e\Tihng mom & 
dad luv ya 





Christopher Jude Rizzo 

Goodbye Mr. C & !V1rs. E, M63 LD 
& LJ — GL in Chorus next year. 
Sra. S — we really missed you this 
year! Regres are algun dia para ver 
a todos mis profesores favoritos. !V1s 
G — Chem was great! BS — IGA 
"B"! 




Amy Anderton Roberts 

Rurrcr! I m a BABY COW! F.F 
Izzy Greiffy & Zanny L.Y.L.A.S 
McCarthy & Flinsione G.S.G.L 
Mismell, Fish & Kikil G.L. Teddy 
Bear & M.K. uM. & L. Thank 
Mom & Dad! Friendly Couple & 
Our House See U In The Next 
World J. E. Grateful Dead! 




/ 



Deborah Marie Roberts 

COLALA; MOCHA: GHAGS: 
Billy Boy Stub: Mish: Seke: Kris. 
Bay Who? Gitty My Buddy! My 
Soccer Boys 'SMIRNOFF 
SLUSHES" Pres. Club Ski 
Tripped! Tenn. 82! Big Bro DD Thx 
FITZ. Mr P. OEA & Opportunity 
Family & Friends I LUV YA 
(Fred) 




Andrew Fuzz Rosenblatt 



Katherine H. Ross 



Eric Alden Rossborough 



David Francis Scimone 



the parly cant end! rua cardinal 
mkijnb! spin i up tucker 82 nhroad 
ripo trips chinkys up the rt jn my 
gdnew friend pbwv v sals ands 
w hites mt can mk nice car glw m or- 
ange van hk gd Ik tgmf big blp gd 
friends jj km kf Ir tl ds mh bd sc kpcl 
thx m & d 



rossi, #5 b-ball. softball. proms 8 1 & 
82 *mommy* sm il> . friend 4-ever tr 
cd ne rb 2b etr frnd stnus "bessie" jg 
iu ar tgt what gttc — LU, Fleet 82. 
BIB, DMYRASPECFRND. DUH: 
NO KIDDING. SUMMER 81 & 
82 WK — C.S BYE DANA 
THANX M. K & D 



••MMM ... SOUNDS LIKE 
Y MIGHT BE CHOKIN' ON SO- 
METHIN" 



■"It is but is isn"t Good Frends Rich 
Fuz Bono. CDMKPTBDMH Good 
partys tunes times no fail Swing a 
buk Centur\ "Brave" Love — H 
Oky B Bal Donna Never ending 
Buds I walk a Fine line Shear en Fro 
mme "And this bird u cant change" 




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Maria Nicola Scott 



Heather Seamans 



Susan Sebell 



David Halfyard Secor 



NV Steph Jen Otego Sum 80 PHF 
8 1 Trip Lady Marmy Beany men wt 
hbbs & othr teentms Falcey fcbrn 
prom friz maniac depression Bye 
NV, ST Joes & WS Here I Come 
MSG Look Out Mom & Dad I Love 
You. I'll make you proud Re-Re 




Amy E. Segal 



"Don'l Hang On 'Cause N thng 
Lasts Forever" Kns ROAPTMMM 
... RIOT ASURLEHMAOKH 
Led Zep CSN my bnys BONHAM 
whts the bzznse? RFW cptc vemn 
SMJF SUM. 81 Wish You Were 
Here JE + EM Miss You Thanx M 
& D CHAS Pond road, 10/16/80 
Luv you 




Nanon Clarke Shanks 



C 3/79 THNKS FOR THE SUN- 
SHINE — ALWAYS *PROM '82 
STUD COUNCIL? techie'?K, 
GOT AN E7 THANKS 
JMKJECMFJDS w MOM. DAD, 
K + A — I LOVE YOU AND I 
WILL MAKE IT! BIKE: OR- 
EGON CALIFORNIA ncs OUR 
MEMORIES WILL LAST A 
LIFETIME — 



Sea biscuit? — well we finally made 
it! summers at SEWATARO: camp 
motto — FI*Sud — EWAGJSLF 
etalw/ WASTY — ites; ski trips & 
Rock Horror* SNJWAMCMSZ & 
PP for always listening/more 
probs'' — use the "5 ways"! Thanx 
Mom & Dad 




Beverly J. Sheats 



IMA SENIOR! WERE OUTTA 
HERE AT 
JBCLBISBJPBMTLHT 
YOURE THE BEST! BUNSIE — 
WHY JA MOVE' RUSH '82 
CCCBI BSSFAT KM — FRIEND 
LYS! GOLF 82 LMF HEY JB: 
THE DOORS + LZ RULE THX 
MOM DAD CSMRS 



varisty soccer 80-82 goals?, v la- 
crosse, music, curling, yr bk why -I- 
p clubs keg $ party? proms cc heps 
w/km "ski stops? dead *tnc & trips 
(a chucks b spill? barney!! friends 
*vps yabo lughies eags kim: mfl = 
8; 4 whi dk thanx mom + dad 




'MiiiiaHri>f?Mijiv " ^ 

Barbara Anne Sicottc 

I no what u do kz I do it 2 Peekaboo. 
Tracskil, Outlaws Stones Hartford, 
City that never sleeps N.Y. TRISH 
L-vis Chirs love me 2 x You, only 
live once but if you live it right once 
is enough Mom -I- Dad 




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✓ 





I 



Jane L. Simpkin 



Janice M. Smith 



Jonathan Anthon\ Smith 



Steven A. Smith 



Nexus 7 — PCR — is deepend slalk 
2 you later maybe — uh's cuse me 
are you radical? what's the use in 
crying — all shades of opinion feed 
an open mind — instant infinity — 
chocies — blimey it salimey the an- 
swer my friend is uvuMDLHPGJ 
Jet V 



I M FREE! I M FREE! AND 
FREEDONS A TAST OF REALI- 
TY *THE WHO* TAKE CARE 
ALL MY FRIENDS! GOOD 
LUCK K.P.! THANKS !V10!V1. 
DAD. AND DAVE! PROV. 3:5-6 
P.F. GOOF CREW CUTLER! 
ONG LIVE ROCK!! 



Fo Friends Old And New + Li? & 
Munchkins JR -I- Elric BC & Snd B 
* Walls Dogs Wish You Were Here 
Moon * Drogies — Loose A Fear 
comix & Travelin BOC Taps (How 
I Blew it) Tuna lie Blether noth BN. 
DM, HS. KPLL Moose head Blues 
JDECLIPSE Family 







Cameron Sue Snell 



James Snow 



Michael John Stanton 



John M. Stearns 



A glass of lemonade travels across 
this world like the eye of the cyclops. 
If a child doesn't drink the lemon- 
ade, Ulysses will. 1 sit here dream- 
ing long thoughts of California. 1 
think ril get up and dance around 
the room HERE I GO! 



REMEMBER W HAT THE 
DOORMOUSE SAID. 

SHOW ME SOMETHING DIF- 
FERENT 



4 wd Mustang ski Trips NH SKIP 
AT ROL Michelob Nites BROW 
THANX Mom & Dad, Le & Cary 
& all my family & friends "I must 
be moving on now cause I must be 
free . . . free to face the life thats 
ahead of me" Its been fun WHS 



hey git coke is it! stub? thx md & 
friends for the good times party in 
wayland? i have to laugh! kdnbmel- 
loout w ill you let me pat your face to 
see whats really you the futures un- 
certain and the end is always near 
— jim 





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Paul F. Slekley 



Susan Katherine Strause 



William Henry Sullivan III 



Michael A. Sulmonelti 



Ere! Rollin to Mac's 5lh VT Trips 
Blue '4 WE Kill r Kane 8083 Ati- 
lash AC/DC 18 or 27 FAMS BSS 
WEEK BJC JK 60z Tree BMD 
Mtzl blk It's a Stogy No Ociffer 
Not Undr AfOu Of Inca Oh It's 
Mumys Car RU Experienced Wat 
R U Scum! Spark A Ciba! Intense 



KUKE? ITALY Grazie MrS! 
Thanks iVIr Bfor a language VP of 
indecsion or was that Thanks Sick 
Pink Punk & Big Bro For Sanity M 
& D LOVE U 1 WISH I Was In De 
Land Ob Cootton. Lookout Dixie- 
land I'm a Comi'n Home! Bye ya'U 



Man! Can't wait May '83 Memories 
VTSW(AH) Cod Stek Ozzy Bust 
Pig Party Priest Mesk PA MS 
JWJLEESA 6th Patrol 5th Lunch 
Run SHAWMUT Weekends "One 
Man Swim Team" va! ' i Power Sept 
daze Soco! Curzeing down the road 
starting a new life 



Skiing Puegeotato kemo Outer 
Limits 25c at SWA — Frame 82 
Subeum — Bruw ski bus Golf at 
sasb Leo J with PSPASWF & CRC 
Good friends PAPSSWBSJCJW- 
SAEE OZZY BOC COZWAAF 
Country Store Hey Buddy Hunting 
& Fishing 







Linda D. Swain 



Holly P. Tabor 



Kevin Joseph Tally 



Alexander Joel Taub 



Thx Chaggs Debba + "The Guys" 
Be Wild + Crazy ST. KD, MB, CE, 
TB. 1982 FH We Give It Our Best 
Shot! Prm Wknd Ski Tripped + 
The Rest Of The Best U Know It 
Kahl u and — DB — Mocha chip 
"The Pack" + Umb. Cord Thx 2 U 
Who've Cared Life Goes On. 



Don't forget parallel parking . . . 
breading table . . . K.F.C . . . Rick 
did car. Thank you all . . . love al- 
ways ... B.C.. S.B., T.L., J. B., A.T., 
B.M.. J.B.. B.S . . . RUSH '82 . . . 
12/6/82 . . . "Let's blow it off 



SUPERCOX *KTRWE CAT* 
Chops SC Kiawah 82 Full Moons 
CSN: Might as well have a good 
time now Party/Study HEY. Quak- 
er State! Not Meat — Motion Mai 
Mischief #3 SOCCER Feiffer EM- 
WOC Drink Early Drink Often 
Thnx Moyer Rex Dr. Z 



SUPER COX etal SC *Kiawah 
Croce Mai Mischief Hello There 
Son FEIGGER Super 8 Crotchman 
RxA Varsity Sleep Shaving Di- 
lemna On Spot Ms COM No Doz 
No Blurb LIFE IS TOUGH 
WHEN YOU'RE A SEX SYM- 
BOL — Nasal Passage 



143 



Giannina Marguariic Tcti 

Hi Guys Thanx Mom & Dad, spe- 
cial friends r hard 2 come by my 
auni ROPGKDKf KR Lend an Ear 
hart lit SB Kris + Ir 2 of the few N 
dew LP Lonely Child life in the 60s 
Set Sail Towards The Sun Feel The 
Warmth Thais Just Begun 




Robert R. Waldron 

— SUPER COX — All for one and 
one for all Mushroom Soup — Gas 
Leak'' Not me KIAW AH — Yan- 
kee — Tank F. Truck Thanx family, 
Tallys -f Dr. Z. More than a 
mouthful is excess. I enjoyed myself 

- BYE. 





Suzanne Thomas 

if You Dont Try Youl Never Know 
If You Can Do It Outing Club RC! 
Seer? ILNY Summers Zep Ski 
2/82 V Been Waiting Mexican Car- 
dinal Omega BBTAP Club Good 
Friends & G Times & G Tunes 
Make It All Worth While Thnx 
WFLSFJSLl 2 L II Do It Tomorrow 



Amy Travis 

Thanx Mr M Couldnt of done it 
without U 1 1 /9/8I celica -I- lie wl 
JB Mike — Born to live on sue 
armth Thanx Lor the memories 
Kanen what can I say but THANX 
Gd Ik lil bro JSBCBTJWSK 
SCOOBU DMM MUSTANGS 
Yeah Joe 81-83 Thanx D -I- M G- 
BYE 



1 

Edna Vassilovski 

Mac's Grummen R.C.: Galaxias 
Meadowbrook Tennis (Friendly 
sundaes) mashed postatoes If all 
else fails . . . cheati God takes care 
of fools, drunks and Americans! 
Ave.aique vale. 






Craig A. Wambolt 

thanks mom & dad mr & mrs sea 
2nd home klkyaaomm fball catp 82 
mikey yaude vhu dutch gags where 
d ya go good luck r and i hancely 
nnwhyme'' dog breath cluck curt 
mpy glee tw wrasslin memories are 
what life is make of best wishes 
sklklamiow? 



Michael V. Wareham 

WHS hockey, ATIONBOX. 18 — 
OFROS H gymnastics. DAGGET! 
rings & side hrs: GTWTHT: bus 
rides GOAL TENDING: THE 
BEST, initiation ash simone. 
UNITED STATES OLYMPIC 
TRAINING CENTER. 8-15-82; 
76 fd Christine V\'hidden 1-24-82 
ILYA 



John M. Weiss 



grounded again? bummini outing 
club #1 — sac noodle dtd *i want a 
jeep! yank auto *af shop — george, 
yer ramblin * 85 side 51 282 * hello 
— jc sc gc jb gp ee 2km ps pa bs ms 
sw msc* yese d van halen pink floyd 
moody blues rush unbef *lieveable 





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Scott A. Wilson 



Janice E. Wong 



William Halsey Wood 



Edward Ye 



2 wheelin 'itlo Mac's Intense So un 
CoVt ''4"s. MtRd & Peugeot Sully 
dba AH! AAA 3-6: 30 BSin Sdbry 
MS WS. PS. PA. SA. JW. EE. JB. 
JC. BOC AC/DC VH Sabbath 
Ozzy Hey buddy, ya wanna do us a 
favor? Floyd Rules! We don't need 
no education . . . 



ya nice b kend lil chip — wong hey 
mary sunshine! annette when do we 
go on our trip? how many more days 
til vacation? oct 9 auntit jan lang lab 
^ joke floods "79 + "82 what's to- 
day's surprise? vineyard skiing 
amsssn 



Thx M & D Hey Hoser Many good 
times? Keep in touch Mimi I miss 
you! Hey Deb b nice cut & perm! 
LAX Wkns Bag? I am Living in the 
60's Hope The Yr goes Well Pres 
People The DEAD! To Friends 
Barb Git Jim Stub Chuck Wenetc 
WE MUST MOVE ON 



MADE IT!! Now what should I do?! 
Xcountry! A V jock! music! Hay Mrs 
E lets play! shell station. PADI, 
Marc lets go diving! good times, DT, 
NB, EK, photo, arcade Had a good 
lime at WHS but glad to move on 




Andrew William York 



GB WHS. GT'S w/GF'S — MOM 
DCWSCDH Hunt Fish Ski FBall 
-I- HOOP — Thanx JP -I- JL. Also 
Mr. P + H. I LOVE YOU OX Lin- 
da. W. Bunny — 11/11 - 2/201981 
Prom Camping NH + CC. Thanx 
— Mom -I- Dad -I- Bob Kathy 
Steve. LLW + AWYXOIHLYE- 
DAIWKLYFTROM Loo Wsretta 




Shari E. Zakon 

TRUE HAPPINESS 
CONSISTS not in the 
multitude of Friends, 
But in worth and choice 
— Ben Jonson 




Mary Patricia Zimmerman 



walk on slowly dont look behind u 
dont sa goodby luv i wont remind u 
TULLts! she sal + hat i hav leftan 
Music is her name F?PM the mo- 
ment maybe tempory but the me- 
mores r 4 ever — John i waluwy- 
whihndkat + 
shanebnimscrlaxmmluvyasis4aar 




■a 



Susan Elizabeth 
England Zivan 

God Is .My Refuge .And Strength. A 
Very Present Help In Trouble. Ps 
46:1 YALE!? LATIN CLUB fran- 
caistoujours APE nfliah! music! 
MAG Class of 80 82 friends I love 
you *lf In Barbed Wire Things Can 
Bloom I will Not Die* 



145 



MISSING STARS 



Lucia Haroutunian 


Ann M. Keller 


Polly S. Webber 


Brian Locke 


Carl Blomgren 


Kerry Manter 


Simon Brummer 


Joseph Nolan 


John Robert Claussen 


Joseph Ricciardi 


Shari Felz 


Susan Small 


W. Scott Fish 


Jennifer C. Swartz 


Michael Karman 


John Tobin 




Jonathan Hoyt FRIENDS ARE HARD TO Randi Roy 



FIND;BU FF SKILLL PAT — JR 

— KD SH CC FC NH * PARTY 
WITH THE BOYS IN THE 
BAND THE CAVE DRUMMIN" 

— THX MUM — UNICORN! 



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JUNIOR PROM 



" -1 



The Junior Prom was the Class of 1 983 flashing, glimmering, 
and twinkling in top form, glittering and glorious and dressed to 
the nines. "We've Got Tonight" was the theme of the evening at 
the Marriot Hotel, a night of splendiforous dining and devestat- 
ing dancing, organized by the dedicated hardworking Prom 
Committee. Special thanks to Committee head Naila Bolus, 
Class President Wendi Farrar, and Ms. Mensh for a memorable 
evening. 




I 



ail XAl Iaao^ you- 



A ^ mi 



(and ^oi^) ^ 





Laura burps David 




California Couple 




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. . . wow . . . Yankee Painter at work 



149 



CLUSTERS 
OF STARS 





LATIN CLUB 



The Latin Club, under the direction of Mr. Smith, is easily 
one of the oldest and most popular clubs at WHS. For over 20 
years, club members have sponsored dances, banquets, dra- 
matic productions and other activities revolving around Clas- 
sical and especially Roman Themes. These events are "edu- 
cational" and lots of fun for all those who participate. 

This year's club ran a very profitable late summer car 
wash, sponsored its 22nd annual initiation ceremony, the 
Saturnalian Banquet, an evening of dramatic readings, a 
Medieval Pilgrimage and a Greek Tragedy. 

While the purpose of the club is to complement the Latin 
program at WHS. many non-Latin students have helped out 
and shared in the fun and learning. 



IMC 





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M. Chafe, P. McManmon, S Katz, C. 
Schneider, R. Hammerlon, L, Kellner, A. 
Glass, M. Ide, L. Oprie, S. Jacobs, D. Phillips, 
J. Taub, A. Beard, M. Talley, S. McKown, A. 
Taub, C. Leith, B. Ives, B. Sheets, N. Peters, 
M. Newman, P. Nolan, M. Collins. 
2nd Row: R. Norwood, S. Safran, M. Short, D. 
Fleischer, M. Greenberg, M. Allara, M. Schu- 
macher, G. Rosenbaum, S. Snell, W. Stoifers, 
K. Testa, D. Katz, W. Anastas, M. O'Donnell, 
D. Nisenbaum, K. Straus. 
3rd Row: S. Zakon, D. Mayti, M. Kennedy, P. 
Blau, S. Sebell, A. Shaw, K. Hyde, H. Neimar, 
K. Shine, Murphy, R. Reardon, A. Feinberg, 
C. Garvey, L. Gossells, G. Schurgin, J. Red- 
gate, D. Lodges. 

4th Row: M. Brothers, J. Harris, B. Schubert, 
J. Russell, K. Murray, S. McGowan. K. Somol, 
M. Richer, E. Carls, P. Levy, M. Kay, N. Ben- 
nett, K. Fardy, D. Harrington, D. Monson, K. 
Scarpato. 

5th Row: D. Rosenberg, L. Adams, F. Ca- 
lierdo, T. Albright, M. Holderer, J. Straus, C. 
Dyer, S. Ekdial, L. Schneider, J. Saval 
6th Row: R. Waldron, M. Kaplan, M. Bose. A. 
VanMarcke, K. Reid, S. Houtzeel, J. Morton. 
Front Row: C. Snell, J. Koenig, J. Norwood, P. 
Mudway, J. Franchi. 





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SPANISH 



CLUB 



El Circulo Espanol began a glittering and enthusiastic season 
with a host of cultural activities planned for the fifteen stu- 
dents from Valencia. Later Spanish Spectaculars include the 
Cafe Disco, Christmas party, field trips to a Spanish restau- 
rant and a Spanish film, fundraisers for the April trip to 
Spain, the annual Spring Softball challenge against Le Cer- 
cle Francais, and a clothing drive for the orphans in Hondu- 
ras. Adios to a fun-packed, heavenly year! 






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FRENCH CLUB 



Le Cercle Francais kicked off the year with 
their annual spine-tingling initiation. Other 
merveillenx highlights include the Turkey 
Day drive — a new concept for the French- 
Pere Noel's appearance at the traditional 
Christmas Parly for the Haitian children, and 
the annual softball game against the WHS 
resident Spaniards. The French Exchange will 
star in the spring, when Mrs. Smith and eight 
students of francais will travel to Paris to eat, 
learn, and live, Wayland hosting their coun- 
terparts. — C'est bon! 




A sterling performance Generic French Club Picture 



Top Row: T. Sterling, P. Linden, J. 
Foster. A. Skeen. K. Marshall, 
Middle: P. Foster. D. Kea, D. 
Reiders, K. Henderson, D. Frost, K. 
Jacobsen, H. Markell, K. Gardner, 
M. Cotter, P. Sheehan, K. Edwards, 
A. Greiff, J. Wong. Mrs. Smith. 
Bottom: A. Katwinkle. D. Gale, J. 
Burkley, K. Cochran, Le Tour Eif- 
fel, J. Lee, L. Williamson, J. Kauff- 
man, C. Hyland. M. Waldner. A. 
Bennett, J. Wong. P. Mailloux. 
Officers: President: B. Protopapa, 
V. President: Paige Cochran, Trea- 
surer: S. Krasnow. Secretary: N. 
Sakowitz. 




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GERMAN CLUB 



Though formally Wayland High School is 
without a German "Club," these faithful stu- 
dents of Deutsch keep a German spirit alive in 
the language building halls. Often Mr. Wag- 
ner can be heard singing his host of German 
tunes to the enjoyment of all. Perhaps some- 
day the German program will be rebuilt, but 
until then, these students represent the Ger- 
man spark still alive. 



S. HoUeck, B. Brett, C. Sheats, B. Sheats, H. 
Krapf, S. Houtzeel, K. McKracken. 




THE MAGAZINE 



THE MAGAZINE is a glossy collection of 
student writing and artwork published semi- 
annually. All kinds of writing — poetry and 
prose, academic and leisure — may be submit- 
ted. The staff evaluates all submissions and 
selects what they consider to be the best, 
brightest pieces for publication, thereby giving 
the school community a preview of the work of 
the rising stars of the literary world. 



E. Isaacson, D. Protopapa, N. Bennett, C. 
Snell, K. Leiter, T. Bennett 




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THE HIGHSCHOOLER 




THE HIGHSCHOOLER, the WHS newspa- 
per for the second year, has grown incredibly 
after its inception in January 1 982. Publishing 
roughly once every two weeks, TH speaks to 
the student body on pertinent issues through 
its informative articles, satires, movie/music 
reviews, and comic strips. TH has also offered 
students a voice with which one can speak out 
on controversial events or statements. Led by 
Jim Henderson, Assistant Editors Ewan 
Milne and Serge Botsaris, Art/Layout Editor 
Karen McCracken, and Copy Editor Wendell 
Mah, TH has hit those word processors to be- 
come a new WHS tradition. Advisor: Mr. Mc- 
Coy 




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BUSINESS CLUB 



The Business Club specializes in all 
areas of business, including typing, 
accounting, steno, speedwriting, data 
processing, job interview, etc. Way- 
land does consistently well in compe- 
titions held by the Office Education 
Association in Lynnfield. 

Top: A. York, J. Flagg, P. Falvey, 
Mr. Pawelski (Advisor), E. Schiff, S. 
Gardescu, K. Woodruff, L. Maro- 
bella, J. McMillan, H. Kraft, L. Rier, 
M. Maillet. 

Bottom: B. DiBenedetto, G. Levin, K. 
Chagnon, A. Gitkind, J. Cemach, T. 
Wong, D. Turin, P. Amoruso, Mrs. 
Hutchison (Adv). 




MATH TEAM 



Again this year, the Wayland Math 
Team has shown its proficiency in 
mathematical puzzles by being one of 
the top schools in the medium sized 
division of both the Massachusetts 
and Greater Boston Math Leagues. 
Both individual students and the 
team as a whole have scored well this 
year in the two leagues, making Way- 
land a team to be reckoned with. Ms. 
Gagne knows the best root to a math 
teamer is through his stomach, and 
she keeps her squad multiplying by 
her popular monthly "cookie" meets. 

Top Row: J. Henderson 2nd Row: 
Miss Gagne, S. Bostairs, S. 
Gardescu, 

Middle Row: D. Norris, R. Reardon, 
P. Levy, T. Mah, 

Bottom Row: R. Lester, W. Mah, E. 
Milne, M. Harris 




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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Top Row: J. Kane, K. Tally, Mr. 
Shelton, V. Bose, S. Mauger, 
2nd Row: S. Zivan, D. Harrison, J. 
Coleman, J. Manning, C. Morrisseu, 

A. Kevy, S. McFarlene, T. Bunnell, 

B. Reiders, K. Srause, J. Wong, S. 
Zakon, L. Doran, B. Sheats 

3rd Row: P. Blau, J. Flagg, P. Amor- 
uso, M. Maillet, K. Horrigan, K. Kas- 
sabian, J. Mann, J. Henderson, J. 
Morton, E. Vassilovski, N. Peters, S. 
Nilson 

4th Row: C. Snell, E. Boyle, N. Bolus, 
D. Mordecai, D. Greenblatt, B. Pro- 
topapa, N. Shanks, S. Sebell, J. 
Koenig, J. Kauffman, A. Bloomberg. 






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EARLY MORNllNG 
WORKOUT CREW 




Varsity Iron Pumpers 




Undercover Jocks I si Rale Aciors 



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TRAINERS 




Keeping the athletic program in 
glowing shape, the student trainers 
assist the coaches in a variety of capa- 
cities. Their responsibilities include 
wrapping injured knees and ankles, 
providing sparkling water for thirsty 
Warriors, and attending every sports 
spectacular. Thanks to these hard 
working stars behind the scenes, 
Wayland High School athletics re- 
tain a respectable shine. 

G. Levin, B. Moffa, C. Brown, C. 
Kalfas, and J. Kennedy. 



A.V. Crew 




The audio-visual crew shoulders the 
enormous responsibility of feeding 
the eyes and ears of WHS. These lu- 
minaries of literature and equipment 
are responsible for every book, film- 
strip, overhead projector, and tape re- 
corder at every assembly, guest 
speaker, and presentation. Long live 
the A.V. crew! 



C. Beltran, B. Goldthwaite, B. True, 
T. Howe, F. Calliendo, M. Ouelette, 
J. Tall, S. Ettleman, T. Kitzmiller, J. 
Stevens, M. Vrablick, R. Norwood, J. 
Koenig, E. Milne, S. Pryor 



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OUTING CLUB 




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Do you dream of curling up in a cozy down sleeping 
bag on a serene mountain lop under the constellations? 
Then the Outing Club is the group for you, only these 
earnest explorers climb the mountain first! Anything 
associated with the Great Outdoors is fair game for 
these hikers, bikers, and skiers, whose planned activi- 
ties include canoe trips, horseback rides, ski excur- 
sions, and the traditional apple picking bicycle jaunt 
(sometimes without the apples!). No initiation re- 
quired, just sign up. grab your day-pack, and head for 
the hills! 

Back Row: G. Cotton, J. Weiss. P. Pollock. M. 
Whitworth, S. Bossung, Chip Hazard, !VI. Stanton. B. 
IVIeinart. K. Schwartz. J. Coleman. N. Engler, N. 
Sterling, K. Messina. S. Smith, M. Foley, Brian New- 
mark, C. IVIorissey, Conrad Gees, J. Hayden. C. Han- 
Ion, E. Nottleson, 3rd row: A. Doody, L. Rusica, C. 
Mulvaney. M. Beltran, C. McKown, K. Sawyer, K. 
Nottleson, L. Pearson, S. Tufts. A. Pease, Reck, M. 
Hanlon, L. Ye. E. Nottleson, E. Nottonson, 2nd Row: 
J. Blom. J. Yamartino. !VI. Eberle. D. Frederickson. D. 
Mordecai. K. Blom. C. Dooley, S. Thomas. J. Man- 
ning. E. Banker, J. Oprie. S. Cook. P. Mogan, 1st Row: 
K. Maddock, G. Pease, K. Dewey, S. Hoenig, Mrs. 
Debbie Todd. 





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I ■ 



MARCHING BAND/ 
COLOR GUARD 



1st Row: S. Safran, J. Secor, R. Schurgin, 
M. Short, A. Greiff, C. Conti, M. Zimmer- 
man, B. Doherty, L. Gossels, L. Mullen, K. 
Nottleson. 

2nd Row: J. Franchi, J. Agate, S. Bossung, 
T. Bankart, D. McCauley, K. Volkema, S. 
Zimmer, D. Harington, G. Schurgin, B. 
MacNamara, M. Vrablik, P. Livingston 
(director) 

3rd Row: J. Nilson, Dr. Zimmerman, T. 
Coleman, J. Blake, L. Kellner, V. Bose, D. 
Secor, C. Hanlon, P. Nolan, R. Hammer- 
ton. C. Schneider, J. Bannarigo 
4th Row: J. Russell, M. Allarra, J. Mori, B. 
Butler, G. Baldwin, G. Harris, E. Conti, S. 
Gaines, C. Olson, S. Travis, M. Hanlon, B. 
Mosley. 

M. Neeson, E. Keith, S. Patterson, T. Lom- 
bard, B. Moser, L. Wheeler, L. Johnson, L. 
Gilman, D. Augustas, F. Caliendo. 

The marching band's sparkling Fall repe- 
toire included: Theme from New World 
Symphony Salute to the Promised Land 
"To Life" from Fiddler on the Roof New 
York, New York. 








JAZZ ENSEMBLE 




Saxes — T. Coleman. C. 
Schneider, R. Hammerton, J. 
Secor, M. Allarra, G. Schurgin. 
Tromebones — J. Mori, J. 
Blake, M. Hanlon, W. Mosley. 
Trumpets — C. Conti, C. Han- 
lon, M. Hines, A. Glass, K. 
Maddock, D. Secor, G. Baldwin 
Rhythm Section — G Harris 
(bass) S. Safron(piano) R. 
Schurgin (set) S. Gaines (set) 



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ORCHESTRA 



Top Row: Ms Ezbicki, M. 
Vrablick, S. Saffron, L. Ye, M. 
Hanlon. G. Harris, M. Short, 
R. Shurgin. S. Bossung, C. 
Rizzo. K. Maddock, D. Secor 
Bottom Row:T. Ye. B. Hall. K. 
Marshall. 






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CHORUS 




5ih Row; N. Bolus, J. Leathern, S. 
Gaines, C. Olson, N. Batts, P. Turner, 
E. Carls, C. Hopkins, 4th Row: J. 
Judge, S. Mauger, K. Scarpato, B. 
Moser, D. Alford, P. Wood, K. Hender- 
son, S. Zivan, B. Ackerman, D. Rieders, 
E. Eberle, 3rd Row: S. Stahl, H. Sea- 
mans, M. Zimmerman, S. Dunbar, S. 
Morton, J. Kung, K. Shanks, J. 
McGonagle, B. McNamara, W. Mah, 
R. Lester, K. Cochran, K. McKracken, 
T. Mah, M. Parsons, 2nd Row: E. Neu- 
meyer, L. Johnson, N. Sakowitz, S. 
Krasnow, D. Protopapa, S. Houtzeel, 
A. Vincello, M. Holderer, D. Murch, R. 
Sawyer, A. Carvalho, S. Etelman, 1st 
Row: C. Rizzo, J. Tall, Richard Conti, 
K. Nottleson, R. Grier, T. Hayes, L. 
Dyer, J. King. 



CONCERT CHOIR 




Top Row: T. Smith, P. Wood, S. 
Gaines, D. Alford, C. Olson, E. Neu- 
meyer, S. Hoe nig, E. Carls. L. 
Schneider, 2nd Row: S. Mauger, E. 
Conti, N. Batts, J. Henderson. S. Zix an, 
D. Murch. 3rd Row: N. Bolus. T. 
Hayes. C. Krasnow, K. McKracken. W. 
Mah. A. Vincello, J. Tall, Mr. Richard 
Conti, Bottom Row : S. Houtzeel, L. Ye, 
L. Johnson, N. Sakowitz. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 





Top Row: V. Frantz, C. Harlan. 
Second Row: J. Simpkin, K. Sklar, H. 
Markell, K. Woodruff, K. Lorenlzen, 
K. Mitchell, K. Cogan, W. Eskadar- 
ian, C. Chisholm, P. McGonagle. 
Third Row: A. Frantz, P. Nolan, M. 
Harris, L. Pearson, S. Rostler, G. Le- 
vin, S. Schneider, K. Henderson, D. 
Mordecai. 

Fourth Row: R. Waldron, C. Olson 
(Vice-President), N. Shanks (Presi- 
dent), N. Sakowitz, J. Norwood, C. 
Snell, Mr. Altshuler, L. Schneider, S. 
Hoenig. 

This year, as ever, the Student 
Council, headed by President Nan 
Shanks, Vice-President Carl Olson 
Secretary Nicole Sakowitz, and 
Treasurer Laura Schneider, is striv- 
ing to improve and enhance the WHS 
Community. .Activities include the 
annual Talent Show, movies, and 
Winter Week. Newly established is 
the Rules Committee, designed to 
"bridge the gap" between the student 
body and the administration by clari- 
fying students' rights and redefining 
the school constitution. 





'Here's A stupid Joke 




"Take nic, i'ni "i Durs" 



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KEY CLUB 



I I I I 



Top Row: V. McFarlane. 
M. Hcpner, J. Marcum, 
J. Coleman, Mr. Frio, J. 
Tobin. C. OToole 
2nd Row: M. Greenblatt, 
L. Swain, B. Weinbaum, 
D. Greenblatt, S. McFar- 
lane M. O'Shea, 
Bottom Row: G. Vrettas, 
M. Chagnon, K. Lynch, 
C. Marobella. 




GREENHOUSE CLUB 



G. Brun. L. Haroutanian, 
S. Poisson, S. Prior, J. 
Smith, S. Stahl, P. Web- 
ber, Advisor — J. Brady. 

Silently one by one. in the 
infinite meadows of heav- 
en 

Blossoned the lovely stars, 
the forget-me-nots of the 
angels. 

— Longfellow 




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THEATER ARTS 



Well known for its excellence in drama and music, the 
talent of WHS is organized through the ten member 
Theater Arts Executive Board. Through their dedica- 
tion, and the assistance of a number of caring benefac- 
tors and eager thespians, the Little Theater is annually 
the sight of a number of productions, including this 
year's Fall musical "The Pirates of Penzance", the 
Winter Week plays, the contest show, and a variety of 
home grown, and guest artist concerts. In addition, 
technical assistance and creative ideas are provided by 
many members of the student body, resulting in a 
constant flood of starlight shining strong and bright on 
the school community. 

B. True, A. Taub, K. Tally, Mr. Allosso, H. Simpkin, 
E. Coss, R. Waldron, M. O'Donnell. 




PIRATES OF PENZANCE 



The stars were out in the Little Theater November 
4th, 5th, and 6th, where the Fall musical "The Pirates 
of Penzance" played to a full house. This Joseph Papp 
version of the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta was fur- 
ther adapted by Mr. Allosso and Mr. Conti. The story 
begins as Frederic (Peter Wood) reaches his twenty- 
first birthday and prepares to conclude his long ap- 
prenticeship to the infamous Pirates of Penzance. His 
faithful, but unfortunately slightly deaf, nurse Ruth 
(Lynn Oprie) reveals that she has made a tragic mis- 
take — her charge was to be apprenticed to a pilot, not 
a pirate. A dutiful, honest young man, Frederic tells 
the Pirate King (Robert Waldron) that he had there- 
fore pledged to exterminate all pirates. After the de- 
parture of his former comrades, Frederic is alone with 
his adoring Ruth when a bevy of innocent young wom- 
en appear, one of whom, Mabel (Debbie Bancroft), 
immediately falls in love with Frederic, and he with 
her. The pirates return and each seizes a fearful maid- 
en, but the girls are rescued by the ingenuity of their 
father, the very-model-of-a-modern-major-general 
(Jim Henderson). Frederic then launches an attack on 
the pirates with the doubtful assistance of the coward- 
ly police. Ruth and the Pirate King interrupt the battle 
with the revelation that Frederic was actually born on 
February 29th in the leap year, and in terms of birth- 
days is only five years old. Frederic, always obedient, 
rejoins the pirates, but his associates soon give into the 
poignant appeal of the police to yield "in the name of 
Queen Victoria." Ruth then relates that the pirates are 
in reality misguided noblemen. Each pirate chooses a 
wife, the remaining daughters select policemen, and 
Frederic and Mabel are happily united forever with 
the blessing of Major-General Stanley The cast of 
thirty and the crew spent long but enjoyable hours 
rehearsing, and organizing for this song and dance 
extravaganza, and they were suitably rewarded for 
their efforts by excellent reviews and heartfelt ap- 
plause. 






I 



THE GOOD DOCTOR 



Once more, Wayland's entry into the Globe's State Drama Festival will be 
going on to the state finals at the John Hancock Center in Boston. Returning to 
the comic mode set by Moliere's "School for Wives" in 1 98 1 . this year's play is 
Neil Simon's "The Good Doctor", a hilarious set of mini-plays held together by 
the character of a Russian author (Kevin Tally) sharing his literary ideas with 
the audience. Although written by Simon with the inspiration of Chekov's short 
stories, these vignettes are meant to be very humorous, and under the expert 
direction of Michael .MIosso the humor blossoms to enormous proportions. The 
first scene, entitled "The Sneeze", details the problems of an insignificant 
worker in the Ministry of Public Parks (.Mex Taub, winning an all star cast 
award at the semi-finals), who most unfortunately chances to sneeze all over his 
superior, the Minister of Public Parks himself (Andrew' Gitkind). The poor 
public servant tries to get his courage up, and fight for the sneezing rights of 
underlings everywhere, but ultimately fails in his quest. In the second scene we 
are confronted by the exploits of a very amateur dentist (Andrew Gitkind). and 
his first unlucky patient (Peter Wood). Of course the tooth has to be pulled, and 
you can imagine the havoc that ensues between the puller and pulee. The third 
scene is the touching audition of a girl (Anna Mahoney. also receiving all star 
cast honors at the semi finals) who has traveled four days just to read for a 
famous author (Kevin Tally). The more subtle humor of this scene, coupled with 
its warmth, allow it to serve as a buffer for the other, more outrageous, scenes. 
The fourth and last mini play called "Defenseless Creature" shows us a sup- 
posedly defenseless woman (Lynn Oprie) who has been cheated by the govern- 
ment, and how she goes about getting the money owed her husband from an 
incapacitated bank man with gout (Alex Taub). and his hapless assistant (Peter 
Wood). (There is also some question as to whether this scene stars a certain 
semi-live chair, the work with it has to be seen to be believed). Now the bank 
manager has nothing to do w ith the woman's problem, but she soon shows she is 
far from defenseless; driving the bank manager so crazy that he is forced to pay 
the woman what she wants. Rounding out the cast are Stephen Hoenig. and 
Joseph Franchi. displaying their dancing as well as set moving ability. As 
always, the very important back stage duties were handled by an excellent crew 
consisting of; Maura O'Donnell. Barbara Mulvaney. Brian True. Rob Waldron, 
Diana Phillips. Michaela Tally. Helen Simpkin. Lisa Daugherty. Ellen Coss. 
Carl Olson. Bobby Wilson. Dion Nissenbaum. Tasker Smith, Jeremy Weiner. 
Chris Leith. Glen Rosenbaum, and Sally Mead. This triumphant production 
was a joy for all to watch, and kept one laughing long after the lights went out 
There is no question that this play is of state championship quality. 




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You want my I.D.!? 




FRESHMAN 



PLAY 



"Scenes From American Life" by A.R. Gurney was present- 
ed by the freshman class in the year's winter week competi- 
tion. Directed by Katie Henderson, this one-act expression of 
"preppie" life was a starpendous success due to the compe- 
tant teamwork of the cast and crew. Glittering performances 
were turned in by Andy Frantz, Dana Frost, Ben Hail, Chris 
Conti, Jennifer Harris, Jennifer King, Ana Maria Beltran, 
and Jeremy Weiner while the efforts of Tasker Smith (tech- 
nical director), Sally Mead (costumes), Heidi Neiman 
(props) and Mike Brothers (lighting) kept the production 
running smoothly every night. 





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SOPHOMORE PLAY 




The Class of 1985's entry into this year's winter week competition 
was entitled SIMON SUITE, directed by Suzanne Hanna. The 
first segment of this sparkling sophomore offering was a scene from 
Neil Simon's "Plaza Suite" featuring Peter Wood, whose out- 
standing portrayal of Ray, won him Best Performance of the even- 
ing, and Michelle Randall, whose hilarious portrayal of Norma, 
Ray's wife, made her a member of the All Star Cast. The second 
part of the show consisted of a skit from Simon's everpopular 
"California Suite" showcasing the dazzling comic skills of Nori 
Sterling, Dion Nissanbaum, Debbie Polansky, and award-winning 
Michael Blocker. The behind-the-scenes stars tying together this 
luminescent production were Kirsten Nottleson, Mark Snyder, 
Skip Hall, Meredith Kaplan, Karen Sawyer, Ana Mahoney, Lisa 
Pearson, and Sabrina Tufts. 




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JUNIOR PLAY 



The winning play this Winter Week was the Juniors" glittering entry "The Bald 
Soprano" by Eugene lonesco. The play, directed by Laura Schneider and win- 
ning five awards, is an absurd comedy which satarizes the banality of English 
suburban life. As well as being named star play, the show featured Helen 
Simpkin, who was named Best Actress of the evening, as well as "star"-pendous 
cast members Maura O'Donnell, Matt Whitworth, and Andrew Glass who also 
received acting awards. Michaela Tally and Tom Sterling also gave top quality 
performance to round out this thoroughly starlet performance. 





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Family circle 



PLAY 



The Class of 1983 performed "Voices from High School," newly created script 
by Peter Dee, for this year's Winter Week contest. After the recent tragedy all 
four classes decided to dedicate their dramatic efforts in memory of RoseAnn 
Moses and Laurie Panetta. The Seniors most effectively incorporated these 
sentiments into their script, voicing the devastating impact of death on high 
school students. "Voices" deals with the many realistic aspects of high school 
life, and the actors and actresses accomplished this in the truest sense of the 
word "stardom." Directed by Stephen Hoenig, the cast consisted often diverse 
people — Scott Fish, Jodi Fisher, Andy Gitkind, Stephanie Houtzeel, Eve 
Isaacson, Chris Leith, Kevin Tally, Jon Nottonson, Cam Snell, and Mary 
Zimmerman. Behind the scenes was the "star"-penduous crew consisting of 
Naila Bolus, Christine Hyland, Susan Mauger, Stephanie McKown, Barbara 
Mulvaney, and Alex Taub. 





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ITALY TRIP 



Last summer. Mr. Smith led a group of 20 W.H.S. star-lreckers 
on an exciting, month long tour of Italy. In the course of their 
travels the students experienced the Classical, medieval and Re- 
naissance worlds, by visiting museums, churches, piazzas, am- 
phitheaters, and excavations. When not busy touring or eating 
(mama mial). they were free to sightsee on their ow n. sample fine 
European wines and beers, or mingle with the Italians. The trip 
was a successus maximus. and everyone involved had a great time 
getting in touch with the history and culture of Italy. Grazie II 
Professore! 



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REFLECTOR STAFF 




The '83 Reflector was a stellar organization dedicated to produc- 
ing a fanstarstic, starpendous, star-riffic yearbook. Ail aspects 
of production, including photography, factgathering, layout, 
writing, advertising, business, and art were performed by the staff 
of senior editors, and a group of wonderful people willing to take 
our craziness, and lend a hand. All were encouraged, brow-beat- 
en, (and on rare occasions threatened) by Executive Co-Editors 
Cam Snell and Don Mordecai. and advising, and sometimes hys- 
tarical starlet, Mrs. Fitzgerald. Here, right before your (hopeful- 
ly) starry eyes you have the startling results of the star-struck 
staff. Enjoy! 




"pity poor flesh and trees, 
poor stars and stones, 
but never these fine specimens 
of hypermagical ultraomnipolence." 
— e.e. cummings 



Mrs. Joan Fitzgerald 
Cam Snell 
Don Mordecai 
Sue Mauger 
Karin Kassabian 
Peter Blau 
Bill Reiders 
Ted Ye 
Karen Leiter 
Dave Secor 
Linda Swain 
Alexander Joel Taub 
Andrew Gitkind 
Jackie Kauffman 
Stephanie McKown 
Debbie Roberts 
Jim Harris 
Ken Place 

We thank OUR lucky stars 
Nancy Bishop 
Kelly McCarthy 
Roxanne Reardon 
Amy Bloomberg 
Drita Protopapa 
Eve Isaacson 
Tanya Bennet 
Nadya Bennet 
RoseAnne Moses 
David Gordon 



(Adviser extraordinaire) 
(Executive Co-Editor) 
(Executive Co-Editor) 
(Layout Co-Editor) 
(Layout Co-Editor) 
(Shutterbug Editor) 
(Assistant Shutterbug Editor) 
(Shutterbug) 
(Literary Editor) 
(Boys' Star Wars Editor) 
(Girls' Star Wars Editor) 
(Crazy Captioner) 
(Crazy Captioner) 
(Good-Doobie of the year) 
(Advertising Editor) 
(Business Editor) 
(Art Director) 
(Art Editor) 

for these great people!: 
Sue Sebell 
Stephanie Houtzeel 
Jon Koenig 
Diana Phillips 
Michaela Tally 
Kris DeSimone 
Sue Zivan 
Lisa Nordberg 
Leah Fay 
Jon Mann 



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THANK YOUR 
LUCKY STARS . . . 



Congratulations to the Class of '83 



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Class of 1983 From 
The Staff of 

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Barbara Matyi, President 
Joy Rice, Manager 
62 West Plain St. 
Wayland, MA 
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OUR GRADUATING EMPLOYEES 
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r BOYS' VARSITY LACROSSE 




The Varsity Lacrosse team had a very rewarding sea- 
son. Consisting primarily of juniors and sophomores and a 
few experienced seniors, the squad played well against 
some top teams, including excellent goal-tending against 
Beverly. Wayland can look forward next year to such 
people as Mark Butler (goalie). Josh Blake (defense), 
Peter Chant (attack) and Kyle Lorentzen (attack). 



Back Row: Coach Chadsey. P. 
Chant, D. Newman, B. Nixon, K. 
Lorentzen, C. Hazard, J. Bhake, D. 
Dretler. J. Boyle, D. Seto 
Front Row: M. Butler, B. Arm- 
strong, E. Boyle. B. Wood, B. di Ben- 
edetto, E. Nottleson 



Ipswich 8 

Hingham 6 

Waltham 3 

Framingham South 14 

Framingham North 14 

Lexington 9 

Burlington 7 

Concord 9 

Bedford 14 

Lincoln-Sudbury 1 2 

Beverly 8 

Newton South 






GIRLS' VARSITY 



LACROSSE 



Front Row: Coach Olson. M." 
Zimmerman, S. McKown, M. 
Kennedy, C. Hyland, K. Kassa- 
bian, S. Mauger, M. Bolivar. K. 
Chagnon, S. Bancroft 
Back Row: K. Pond, T. Zimmer- 
man, K. Reilly, K. Kilpatrick, K. 
Manning, G. Vrettas, K. Johan- 

tson, P. Mudway. K. Mitchell, 
M. O'Shea, E. Gossels, M. 
Chagnon, J. Taub 



■ Wayland 






Newton South 


4 


10 


Hingham 


2 


13 


Concord 


g 


14 


Brookline 


6 


9 


Wellesley 


3 


9 


Lincoln-Sudbury 


6 


14 


Framingham North 


8 


14 


Framingham South 


1 


7 


Needham 


4 


7 


Weston 


7 


14 


Lexington 


5 



The Varsity Lacrosse team had an awesome season. 
' with a 10-0-1 record, tying with Weston in the last game. 
They were also Eastern Mass. division champs. Kim Pond, 
highest scorer of the team with 55 goals, had the second 
highest record in the league. Sue Mauger. followed with 
32 goals. Pam Mudway had the highest goal-saving aver- 
age in the League with an average of 4.9 saves per game. 
Four players made the all-star team: Christine Hyland. 
Kim Pond. Sue Mauger and Pam Mudway. The highlight 
of the season was the game against Framingham North 
when Wayland came back from a score of 5-6 to win 14-8 
with the help of their cartwheeling cheerleaders. Al- 
though the team lost seven seniors, there are many under- 
classmen who will fill their shoes. 




GIRLS' J . V . LACROSSE 



This year's team was full of talent. Working to 
refine skills and sharpen teamwork, they ended 
with a respectable 5-5-0 record. Highlighting 
the season was an incredible comback to beat 
Lexington 1 1-7. The team played exceptionally 
well in a close loss to Concord, a traditionally 
strong team. 



Front Row — K. Nottleson, E. Ka- 
shian, K. Barney, L. Morris, P. 
McMannmon. P. Lavin, E. Carls, C. 
Garvey 

Back Row — Coach Todd, J. Coleman, 
M. Wilson. M. Klein, L. Pearson, S. 
Tufts, N. Engler, N. Sterling, K. 
Schwartz, K. Messina 





BOYS' J . V . LACROSSE 

Front Row — B. MacGillivray, W. Anastas, B. Canavan, J. Secor, M. Terrenze, M. Fleischman, M. Holland, P. Skeen, J. Burke 

Back Row — Coach Conlin, B. Sebell, J. Hellmuth, B. Foley, S. Marshall. J. Kennedy, T. Boes, C. Hart, G. Kavet. J. Strause, R. Freye, K. Armstrong, J. Primavera 





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BOYS' VARSITY BASEBALL 






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This year was a building and learning 
one for the team. Their record of 4-13 
does not accurately show their enthusi- 
asm and skill. Co-captains Steve Cur- 
tin, an excellent pitcher with an ERA of 
1.79, and David Harmon, also an excel- 
lent pitcher and batter with a batting 
average of .305, share co-MVP Honors. 
Coach Porrell is looking forward to an 
exciting season next year. 
Front Row — G. McDonald, J. Stearns, 
S. Curtin, D. Harmon, D. Scimone, T. 
Bunnell Back Row — Coach Porrell, B. 
Hayward, G. Parker, C. Smith, B. Kea, 
M. Hines, J. Merullo. P. Hatfield 




Wayland 
4; 2; 6 
2; 9 
4; 7 
H 0; 4 

R Wayland 
m 2; 

0; 2; 3 
0; 4; 1 




Weston 
Lincoln/Sudbury 

Bedford 
Concord/Carlisle 



2; 5; 9 
8; 6 
0; 3 
8; 5 



Newton South 
Acton /Boxboro 
Boston-Latin 
Billerica 



7; 7 
15; 7; 10 
3; 5; 6 
3 



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GIRLS' VARSITY SOFTBALL 



The team got off to a slow start this 
season, but after the first six games the 
girls still kept their spirits high and con- 
tinued to work hard. The game scores 
were very lopsided in favor of Way- 
land's opponents at the beginning, but 
fell more onto Wayland's side by the 
end of the season. The team finished as 
the most improved in the League 



Kneeling: P. Mogan 

Front row: K. Sklar, K. Ross, J. Whyte, 

J. Marcom. 

Back row: Coach Mann, S. Zakon, E. 
Vassilovski, V. McFarlane, V. Mogan, 
E. Burke, M. Eberle, A. Segal. 




w 


Wayland 


Newton South 









4 








8 
10 








Concord 


i 




17 


26 






12 
10 


4 

1 








Acton 








16 

8 








5 








Boston L^tin 






II 


» 
4 








3 








Bedford 








12 








11 






6 


18 

Lincoln Sudbury 






3 


II 






6 


II 






10 


^ 6 








Determination. 




5 









A Proud Father 



:hat far!' 



BOYS' J . V . BASEBALL 




The team finished with a solid 7-9 (7- 
10 overall) record in a tough baseball 
division of the League. 

They started off slowly with only one 
victory in their first six games, having 
trouble combining solid pitching, tough 
defense, and strong hitting at the same 
time. But guided by the baseball know- 
how of new coach Dave (The Mountain- 
man) Pearl, the team rebounded with 
three consecutive victories. The pitch- 
ing, led by strong armed thrower Ed 
Johnsen, started to perform well. The 
previously dormant hitting swung 
around behind the great batting of Jim 
Whelton, and the defense, led by co- 
captains Ben Johnson (at shortstop) 
and Tim Schuler (at center-field) tight- 
ened up. 

After the dismal start, the team came 
to form with a 6-5 record. 



GIRLS' J . V . SOFTBALL 





This year's team was young and 
full of energy. They had 6 wins and 
12 losses. They began the season 
with only 9 players but survived 
throughout. The most contributing 
players were Kirstin Kohler, Allison 
Pease, Anne Newson, and Mary 
Beth Sampson. 

Front row: N. Varnum. J. Zivan, K. 
Kohler, Coach MacDonald. 
Back row: B. Alimenti, S. Gibson, 
A. Nelson, M. Kotek, S. Rosenblatt, 
A. Pease, A. Kitzhmiller, M. Samp- 
son. 




BOYS' TENNIS 




Wayland 








3 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


2 




4 


Weston 


1 




1 


Newton South 


4 




4 


Bedford 


1 




5 


Acton /Boxboro 







4 


Lincoln/Sudbury 


1 




4 


Concord/Carlisle 


1 




2 


Newton South 


3 




2 


Weston 


3 




5 


Bedford 





5 


Acton/ Boxboro 





4 


Concord/Carlisle 


1 





The tennis team had an excellent sea- 
son under the guidance of coach 
Greenawalt, and rookie Mike Maguire. 
Captained by senior Roman Gumatay 
and junior Jay Bolus this talented group 
of neimen finished with an overall re- 
cord of 9-3, qualifying for the E Mass 
Division Tourney. Dazzling records 
were boasted by Matt Collins (10-2), 
Bob Meinart (10-2), and Justin Broven- 
ick (9-2). This versitile team is losing 
only two seniors, Don Mordecai and 
Roman Gumatay, next years' season 
should be even more successful. 



Reaching for The Stars 



GIRLS' TENNIS 








1 Goita Get My Kicks Somehow! 



Front Row — A. Butter, A. Trummer. 
A. Bloomberg, P. Cochran, L. Bratt, J. 
Brooks Middle Row — P. Foster, A. 
Feinberg, S. Rostler, G. Hansen, J. 
MacMillan, S. Koenig, K. Cochran, J. 
Burkley, D. Gale, M. Kaye. Back Row 
— Coach Cantrell, J. Wong, J. Wong, 
M. Cotter, K. Sawyer, K. Reid, D. Kea, 
K. Edwards, J. Agate, K. Jakobsons, B. 
Newcombe, Coach Magalletta 



A Twisted Paige 




Wayland 




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Lincoln/Sudbury 


5 





Weston 


5 





Newton South 


5 





Concord 


5 


2 


Bedford 


3 


2 


Acton 


3 





Weston 


5 





Newton South 


4 




Lincoln/Sudbury 


5 





Concord 


5 


1 


Bedford 


4 


2 


Acton 


3 



With the loss of four varsity players last 
year, this year's girls tennis season was 
j| regarded as a learning and rebuilding 
■ one. Although these girls didn't win a 
match this season, there certainly were 
some close ones, and everyone is looking 
ahead to next year! 




GIRLS' TRACK 



The team, led this year by Co-cap- 
tains Lori Doran and Marianne 
Heppner. once again proved their 
strength with an outstanding 6-1 record 
in the D.C.L. For the second year in a 
row, the girls just missed winning the 
League title in the last dual meet 
against rival Acton-Boxboro by a few 
points. However, the team came back 4 
days later, full of spirit and record 
breaking times, to win the All-League 
meet . . . blowing A-B off the track by 
40 points. Incredible performances by 
the whole team, especially Beth Smiley 
in the Discus, Doran and Heppner in 
the 440, and the mile relay team of So- 
nya Choinski, Becky Doherty, Doran, 
and Heppner, led to a third place stand- 
ing in the Class C States. The relay 
team went on to take fourth place in the 
All-State at Boston College, breaking 
the school record by more than three 
seconds, and finally ended the season by 
ranking fourth in New England. 

The team would like to thank Coach 
Amato for all of the lime and energy he 
has given and wish him the best of luck 
for the future. 




Trace Her Arm Motion 





BOYS' TRACK 




Despite two narrow, heartrendering 
defeats to Weston and Lincoln-Sud- 
bury, the team had a top-notch season, 
beating every other team in the D.C.L. 
including Acton-Boxboro, The squad 
placed second in the League relays, ob- 
taining 100 points, an all-time high for 
Wayland, and placed second in the 
league Championship. Besides these 
impressive standings, the team boasts a 
long list of impressive, individual per- 
formances. 



Srs: A. Beard, V. Bose, J. Coleman, G. Cotton. D. 
Greenblati. M. Hanlon, J. Mann, S. McFarlane, W. 
Mosley 

Jrs: D. Dunbar, M. Garfield, B. Goldthewaite. J. 
Greco, M. Ide, D. Kenney, J. Wallace, J. West 
Soph: G. Baldwin. A. Brynjolfson, R. Burgetl. G. 
Butler, M. Choinski, D Clark. B. Dickre, A. Fish, A. 
Gould, M. Haggarty, C. Hanlon. G. Harris. D Kel- 
ler. E. Perkins, P. Wood 

Fresh: J. Bortone, S Bossung, B. Garfield, P Har- 
mon, T. Largy, A. Miller, R. Mogan, S. Monson. J. 
Robinson, S. Safron, M. Short, S. White, M. Allara 
(manager) 
Coach Tom Dubie 



Wayland 






111 


Boston Latin 


29 


91 


Newton 


54 


110 


Concord 


35 


72 


Lincoln-Sudbury 


73 


68 


Whston 


77 


107 


Bedford 


38 


85 


Acton 


60 






William Breezes Bv 



A Trackie Choruslinc 




GOLF TEAM 




Back row: C. Morrissey, J. Norwood, C. Sheats, S. 
DeCourcey. Coach Brennan 

Front row; D. Clifford, K. Chisholm, S. Travis, K. 
Nurmi 

Missing: M. Sulmonetti, J. Kennedy 



The team, under the leadership of Coach Brennan, 
had a very outstanding season, capturing the DCL (co- 
championship with L/S) with an impressive record of 
11-1, beating every team in the League twice with the 
exception of a split with their co-champs. The team 
qualified for the state tournament and placed fifth in 
the North Section. Members of this star-studded 
squad included top three scorers, juniors Chip Sheats 
(also state finalist, and best round of 34 par at Way- 
land, and also a qualifier for the DCL medalist tourna- 
ment, Steve DeCourcey (also shot a 34 par at May- 
nard, and a DCL medalist qualifier), and senior Craig 
Morrissey (DCL medalist qualifier). Other members 
included seniors Jay Norwood (DCL medalist qualifi- 
er) and Mike Sulmonnetti. Underclassmen contribut- 
ing to this glittering performance were sophomores 
Ken Chisholm, Dan Clifford, Jim Kennedy, and fresh- 
man Scott Travis. 




CHIP CRAVEN CONCERT 



The senior class presented a concert featuring the tal- 
ents of its own Chip Craven and his buddies Wells 
Hodous, Matt Rand, and Jim Whitney. Their first set 
consisted of various bluegrass tunes and a few original 
songs written by members of the band. The second set 
featured Chip, accompanied by Jim. Chip played 
tunes by artists such as Neil Young, The Grateful 
Dead, and Crosby, Stills Nash, and Young. If the 
ecstasy of the crowd was any indication, Wayland 
High School has not seen nor heard the last of incredi- 
bly talented Chip Craven and Friends!! 




"Well a man needs a woman . . . " 




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LOVERS 





Despite small audiences, LOVERS, by Brien Friel, 
was a great success. The cast, under the direction of 
Michael Allosso, mastered the very difficult task of 
affecting Irish dialects. LOVERS consists of two one- 
act plays. "Winners" is the story of two teenage lovers 
(Rob Waldron and Ana Mahoney) who languish on 
the hillside in the sun while two narrators (Kevin Tally 
and Lisa Daugherty) explain the youths' miserable 
fate after their outing on the hill. "Losers" is about two 
middle-aged lovers (Matt Whitworth and Lynn 
Oprie) who try relentlessly to lead a happy life in the 
same house with the woman's nagging mother (Helen 
Simpkin) and next door neighbor (Suzanne Hanna). 
Dion Nissenbaum was technical director, Nadya Ben- 
nett stage manager, co-properties masters were Mi- 
chaela Tally & Michelle Randall, costume mistress 
was Sally Mead. 





'Oh Andy 



TROJAN WOMEN 



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/TV / 




A CRUSHED ASTYANAX 



The Latin Club presented its annual Drama TRO- 
JAN WOMEN, by Euripides. LI was magically 
transformed into the conquered walls of Troy, com- 
plete with a Trojan Horse designed and constructed by 
Dr. Charles Goff. This story, of the final hours and 
fates of the women of Troy, featured Stephanie Hout- 
zeel as Hecuba, the lamenting queen of Troy, Laura 
Schneider gave a moving performance as Cassandra, a 
priestess of Apollo gone mad because of the sack of 
Troy. Other excellent performances were given by 
Matt Chafe and Christine Hyland as the deities Posei- 
den and Athena, respectively. Jon Koenig played the 
Greek Warrior Menelaus; Cam Snell, Andromache; 
Sue Mauger, the beautiful but dangerous Helen; Tim 
Albright, the Greek Talthybius; and Eric Schafer, As- 
tyanx, the boy fated to die. 





'OOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHH' 



A Hooting Houtzeel 



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SENIOR SHOW 



The Class of 1983 presented "The PARTIES OF 
PENANCE" as their senior show. Written by Alex- 
ander Joel Taub, the show was a parody of the "PI- 
RATES Of PENZANCE" which was performed ear- 
lier in the year. The story was of Richard (played by 
Eric Conii) trying to break out of his group of partiers 
(led by the Party King, Darryl Milliard), win fair 
maiden Maple (Stephanie Houtzeel) despite her fa- 
ther the dean of Ivy University (Jim Henderson), and 
go on to the University. Performed as a tribute to the 
mseiues and class advisor Ms. Menshipoo, the show 
seemed to mark the epitome of class unity. 





"What ARE They Domg? 




The Wayland "High"-Schooler Editor 




'Oh God Were Happy!" 





Raise Your Hand If Your SURE! 



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CLASS NIGHT 



Once again the class of 1983 hosted another starrific 
event. Led by Amy Bloomberg and Kristen DeSimone, 
Senior Class Night, held at the Chateau de Ville, was 
masterfully executed and planned. The evening was 
filled with an infinite amount of energy and fun. As 
well as dinner, the members of the Class of "83" 
danced, dedicated the yearbook, and saw a slide show 
portraying their four years together. The band, the B- 
Street Bombers, added that final touch to the evening 
by playing a glittering array of music A great time 
was had by all! 




VOGUE Material 




Chip & Andy Go Ape Over Class Night 




G.Q. Candidates 




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GRADUATION 



For a class whose motto was "Go For It" the class of 
1 983 couldn't have asked for a better day. On June 5, 
the class of 1983 gathered for one final time at their 
graduation ceremony. Wendi Farrar, class president, 
Karin Kassabian, class vice-president, and student 
speakers Julia Morton, Donald Mordecai, and An- 
drew Gitkind recounted their impressions of the class 
over the past four years to family members, friends, 
and classmates. Class unity and support was a com- 
mon issue in all the speeches — an issue which was 
superbly demonstrated by the class of '83 as they 
cheered on their peers for one last time upon receiving 
their diplomas. Goodbye to the class of '83, we wish 
you luck in reaching and obtaining those stars! 




THE THINKER 





"Life Is Like ... A Messy Room" 




Thinking About Their Futures 




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